Welcome to the Logan County Prosecutor’s Office website. The Prosecutor is a servant of the people and the government. He is an advocate for both. The Civil aspect of the job is greatly understated in its importance to the community. This office represents every governmental agency in the county.  The Auditor, Treasurer, Recorder, Clerk of Courts, Engineer, Sheriff, Townships, Joint Fire and Ambulance Districts, Board of Elections, Waste Water Districts, Job and Family Services, Child Support Agency and childrens Services to name just a few.  Every day is filled with issues that are important to these offices.

Criminal matters are very high profile and garner attention.  The public demands that we convict the guilty, but we must also ensure that the innocent are not wrongly convicted or oppressed.  The office is technically never closed since we are on call at all times when law enforcement calls. We must strive to preserve the public welfare and safety of all citizens.  We must always seek justice.

We have 3 staff attorneys, Eric Stewart, Deb Brown, and Sarah Sterling.  Cases are peer reviewed so that there is consensus as to the approach that should be taken on the case and then assigned to an individual attorney.

The Logan County Prosecuting Attorney is an elected official. The term of office is four years. I am Prosecuting Attorney William T. Goslee.  I was appointed to office in August of 2011 and received my Commission as a Prosecutor from the Governor on August 18.

- William T. Goslee



March 12, 2013  John Shook, Riverside High School Teacher, Indicted

August 1, 2012  Chad Pulfer Pleads Guilty to Vehicular Homicide

July 19, 2012  Former School Teacher Jason Stanford Labeled a Tier I Sex Offender

July 16, 2012  Roger Coleman Sentenced to 2 years in Prison for Creating Child Pornography

July 9, 2012  Shawn Kerns Sentenced to 5 years and 3 months for Gross Sexual Imposition

June 29, 2012  Robby Barnett Found Guilty of Manufacturing Methamphetamine

May 29, 2012  Justin Smith Sentenced to 6 Years in Prison for Violent Assault

May 16, 2012  Joe Rosebrook's Motion for Early Release Denied

May 1, 2012  Tax Collections now at $325,000.00

April 16, 2012  Christie Reames Sentenced to 10 years in prison for fatal OMVI crash

March 5, 2012  John Bump Sentenced to 19 years to life in prison for Child Rape

March 5, 2012  Robert Morris sentenced to 20 years for Violent Home Invasion

February 28, 2012  James N. Phillips Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison for Rape, GSI

February 6, 2012  Douglas Risner, Jr. Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Robbery

January 30, 2012  Robert S. Morris Pleads Guilty to Home Invasion

January 27, 2012   John Bump Found Guilty of Rape

January 13, 2012  Judith Haimowitz Sentenced to 4 years in Prison and $35,000 Fine for Drug Trafficking

December 1, 2011  Joint Task Force Created