The Fostoria man accused of threatening to shoot people outside a local apartment complex earlier this year was sentenced to two years in prison Tuesday.
Logan S. Chilcote, 26, 1201 Beier Drive, Apt. D, was sentenced to two years in prison on one count of having weapons under disability, a third-degree felony, and 90 days on a charge of inducing panic, a first-degree misdemeanor.
Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley ordered all sentences be served concurrently for a total term of two years. Chilcote was given credit for 52 days served in jail and post-release control is optional for up to three years.
Chilcote was originally scheduled for sentencing on July 12, but it had to be rescheduled several times after he was taken into custody on a criminal warrant out of Fulton County Court.
Chilcote was arrested April 12 for brandishing a semi-automatic pistol and threatening to shoot people outside his apartment. Officers were sent to the scene at 8:17 p.m. and, upon their arrival, they discovered Chilcote had retreated to his home and refused to come out. Fostoria Police Department’s Special Response Team then entered the residence and made the arrest about an hour later.
A search warrant obtained after the arrest led to the discovery of the firearm police believe he used during his tirade.
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