Daniel Burke, 39, Reynoldsburg, shown in a file photo from November, pleaded guilty Wednesday to burglary. Burke now faces up to eight years in prison. (TB File photo)
Daniel Burke, 39, Reynoldsburg, shown in a file photo from November, pleaded guilty Wednesday to burglary. Burke now faces up to eight years in prison. (TB File photo)

VAN WERT — On Wednesday, a Reynoldsburg, Ohio man pleaded guilty to burglary at a hearing in Van Wert County Court of Common Pleas. Daniel Burke, 39, faces up to eight years in prison on the second-degree felony charge when he is sentence on June 11. Burke is currently being held in Mercer County on a burglary charge in that county. He also has pending cases in Hardin, Auglaize, and Franklin counties.

Allyson Brown, 21, Van Wert, entered guilty pleas to braking and entering, a felony of the fifth degree, and to drug possession, also a felony of the fifth degree with a specification that she used a 2005 Chevy Trailblazer in the commission of the crime. Brown was granted treatment in lieu of conviction. She has one year to complete her treatment program.

Kyle Goodwin, 25, Van Wert, submitted guilty pleas to four felonies in three different cases. Goodwin pleaded to fifth-degree felony theft, drug trafficking, and complicity to traffic counterfeit controlled substances, and to fourth-degree felony drug possession. Four other felony counts were dismissed in exchange for Goodwin’s guilty plea. He faces up to 54 months in prison and up to $12,500 in fines at his June 25 sentencing.



Also on Wednesday, Dirk Russell, 34, Van Wert, was sentenced to 36 months in prison on a third-degree felony charge of attempting to corrupt another with drugs. Russell was credited with 128 days already served in custody on this charge.

Lyle Diltz, 48, Delphos was sent to prison for nine months on a heroin trafficking charge, a felony of the fifth degree. Diltz was given three days credit for time already spent in custody on this charge.