Marshfield Man Sentenced for Crime Spree in Clark and Wood County
Monday, December 3rd, 2012 -- 8:23 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director
-A Marshfield man was sentenced for his part in a crime spree that spread between Clark and Wood Counties.
The long list of charges filed against Christopher Bialozor includes burglary, arson, theft, and more.
Last week, Bialozor was sentenced for his crimes in Wood County. He pleaded guilty to 6 of the 15 charges filed against him including burglary, forgery, criminal damage, and three charges regarding vehicle theft. He reached a plea deal with prosecutors back in October.
He will not receive any jail time for his actions in Wood County, but will spend five years on probation and must pay various court costs and fines.
In Clark County, he reached a similar deal and pleaded guilty to two felony charges, and a total of eight counts, of burglary of a building or dwelling.
Bialozor will spend 9 months in jail and, like in Wood County; he will spend 5 years on probation. He must also pay various court costs and fees. Finally, he must obey all rules of his probation.