Clyde Man Fighting Conviction Could Soon Be Off Ankle Monitor

FREMONT — A Clyde man fighting a possible retrial on a burglary conviction that was overturned last year on appeal is prepared to no longer have to wear an ankle monitor.

Patrick Baker, 43, and his appeals attorney Geoffrey Oglesby appeared in a Sandusky County Court Wednesday afternoon for a hearing. Oglesby talked to Judge John Dewey as to the possibility of removing Baker’s ankle monitor, which has kept him under the state’s control while they decide whether to retry him or drop the charges.

Oglesby said after the hearing that he is confident Dewey will sign the order. He ordered his office to immediately send the motion to the court.

“I am glad, It’s a relief.” Baker said. “This whole thing is draining me, emotionally and financially. At least I got another $208 now each month.”

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2017-09-18T19:12:14+00:00