Norwalk man has three OVI convictions from 2010 through 2016.
State dismissed six felonies in a plea deal.
Felony cases involve tampering with evidence, cocaine, methamphetamine and felonious assault.
Defendant was punished for violating his post-release control terms.
Willard police investigated incident that happened last August.
Michael Walls, 54, convicted of raping his daughter.
Shortest term was 30 days for a probation violation, to be served after an Erie County sentence.
Charges range from felonious assault to burglary and tampering with evidence.
Area residents punished for felony crimes.
Same defendant was convicted of a similar offense in 2006.
Charges include: OVI, forgery, failure to provide a notice of change of address, assault, tampering with evidence and domestic violence
Michael Walls, 54, denied sexually abusing his daughter from a young age into her teenage years.
Area residents convicted of felony crimes.
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