Posted February 25, 2013 EST
Sylvania Twp. Firefighter Pleads Guilty After Sting Operation Arrest
A Sylvania Township firefighter arrested in an undercover prostitution sting pleaded guilty today to a reduced charge in Perrysburg Municipal Court. James P. Thompson, 49, of Temperance was then found guilty of disorderly conduct with persistence, a fourth-degree misdemeanor. Judge Dwight Osterud ordered him to pay a $250 fine and court costs. He had been arrested on a charge of soliciting, a third-degree misdemeanor, Jan. 22 at a Rossford motel where Wood County Sheriff's deputies were conducting a sting to crack down on prostitution.
Thompson, three other men, and a woman were arrested. Charges are pending against the three men. On Jan. 24, Morgan Morris, 20, of Monroe, pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct with persistence and was placed on probation for a year and ordered to pay a $150 fine and court costs.
Written by The Blade
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