Four Enter Guilty Pleas In Marion County, Including Centralia Man Sentenced To PrisonA 21-year-old Centralia man has been sentenced to three years in prison after his probation was revoked on a burglary charge. Aaron Gilbert of South Poplar had his probation revoked for not reporting to the probation office, moved without the permission of the probation office, not abstaining from drugs and alcohol and failure to appear in court. After getting out of prison, Gilbert will have to complete two years of mandatory supervised released. He was given credit for time already served in jail.
A 22-year-old Junction City man has pleaded guilty to a petition to revoke his probation on a criminal sexual assault conviction. Albert Tindell admitted to failing to company with sex offender specific training and counseling and having contact with a minor under the age of 17. Tindell will be sentenced on February fifth after a presentence investigation is completed. As part of the plea agreement, prosecutors agreed to ask for no more than three years in prison.
A 33-year-old Calhoun, Georgia resident who bolted away from a prevention loss specialist at the Salem Wal-mart Store in December has pleaded guilty to retail theft. Lisa Thomas was placed on 12 months conditional discharge, fined $100 and costs, given credit for 19 days served in jail and ordered to have no contact with the Wal-mart store. A charge of battery for shoving the loss prevention officer when fleeing was dropped. Salem Police say Thomas ran into the side of a car when trying to flee the store, but was not injured.
21-year-old Todd Murray of West Kirkwood in Odin was arrested after pleading guilty to unlawful consumption of liquor by a minor. He was placed on 18 months probation, fined $300 and costs, ordered to pay a $200 reimbursement to the public defender, complete 100 hours of public service work, and abstain from drugs and alcohol.
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