A Nathalie woman was sentenced Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to a 24-month suspended jail sentence for a misdemeanor charge of trespass following forbidden and a misdemeanor cost of petit larceny.
Judge Kimberley White sentenced Kimberly Crowe Toole to 24 months in jail, but suspended all time with credit rating for time served and conditioned on her great actions for 12 months.
A misdemeanor cost of enter assets to problems also was nol prossed.
Toole also was banned from the house in which she trespassed and was ordered to shell out restitution of $100.
• Claiborne Coleman Pottage Jr. of Virgilina was sentenced Thursday to a 12-thirty day period suspended jail sentence for a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery immediately after moving into into a plea settlement with the commonwealth.
Pursuant to the plea settlement, White sentenced Pottage to 12 months in jail, but suspended all time with credit for time served.
He originally confronted a felony charge of kid abuse, significant injuries, but that was later on amended to the assault and battery charge.
White also put the defendant beneath supervised probation for 6 months with Halifax-Pittsylvania Court docket Companies.
Pottage also was requested to endure anger management and parenting courses, to continue being no cost of alcohol, medication, marijuana and non-prescribed medication and to submit to random screenings, and to abide by social services orders.
• Chad William Arthur of Ferrum plead responsible Thursday to a felony demand of distribute or provide for financial gain a timetable I/II managed material after moving into into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.
Pursuant to the plea settlement, an extra felony cost of distribute or market for gain a timetable I/II managed compound was nol prossed.
Sentencing has been established for day in the December court docket term.
• Sherman Jones of Randolph was discovered guilty Thursday of violating probation.
White revoked his preceding sentence, but re-suspended all time conditioned on his good habits for five yrs.
Jones also was sentenced Thursday to provide three times in jail for a misdemeanor cost of failure to seem, but White suspended people 3 days.
• Crystal Lynn Gordon of Halifax plead nolo contendere Thursday to a felony demand of violating probation.
White revoked Gordon’s former suspended sentence, but re-suspended all time with credit for time served and with the very same conditions and ailments as the initial sentence.
• Mark William Womack of South Boston plead guilty Thursday to two felony fees of violating probation.
White revoked Womack’s past suspended sentence, but re-suspended all time with credit rating for time served.
The suspended portions of Womack’s sentencing are conditioned on his great behavior need, which was prolonged by five many years.
White also purchased two several years of supervised probation.
• William Breck Bradley of Roxboro, North Carolina plead nolo contendere Thursday to a felony cost of violating probation.
White revoked Bradley’s earlier suspended sentence, but re-suspended all but 12 months.
Bradley’s supervised probation also was extended by a year.
• Jennifer Lynn Rogers of South Boston was located responsible Thursday of violating probation.
White revoked Rogers’ earlier suspended sentence, but re-suspended all time.
She also prolonged Rogers’ supervised probation by two a long time, and purchased the defendant to keep on being no cost of medications, liquor and non-approved drugs and to submit to random screenings.
• Harley Renee Davis of Graham, North Carolina experienced a felony drug demand of possession of routine I or II managed material and a misdemeanor demand of unauthorized possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed Thursday.
• Ashley Nicole Pulliam of Halifax had a felony drug cost of possession of timetable I or II controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of possession of agenda III material dismissed Thursday.
• Thomas Scott Bennett of South Hill experienced a felony drug demand of possession of schedule I or II managed substance and an infraction of possession of marijuana dismissed Thursday.
• Ashley Kay Lewis of Scottsburg had a felony charge of possession of program I or II controlled substance and a misdemeanor demand of unauthorized possession of drug paraphernalia dismissed Thursday.