Four Sentenced To Prison in Marion County Court
Three of cases involved methamphetamine. 20-year-old Nathan Hale of South Locust in Centralia was sentenced to two years in prison and one year mandatory supervised release after pleading guilty to unlawful delivery of less than five grams of meth. He was arrested during a traffic stop by Marion County Sheriff's Deputies in February. Another person in the car, 30-year-old Brandon Rogazinski of Old Bell Road in Iuka, was sentenced to two years in prison and one year mandatory supervised release after pleading guilty to unlawful possession of less than five grams of meth. 33-year-old Stacie Winkler of McLeansboro also received a two year prison sentence after pleading guilty to possession of less than five grams of meth.
A 27-year-old Centralia man received a two year prison term after pleading guilty to theft of a bottle of liquor from Borowiak's IGA in Centralia last December. The charge against Johnathan Hiltibital of North Locust was a felony because of a past burglary conviction in Jefferson County.
Two others were also sentenced in Marion County Court on Thursday. 50-year-old Tina Johnson of Chouteau of Odin was placed on one year probation, fined $100 and costs, and ordered to abstain from drugs and alcohol after pleading guilty to a battery charge. Johnson admitted shoving Virginia Johnston in an incident last July.
22-year-old Devon Marshall of East Broadway in Centralia pleaded guilty to theft and domestic battery. He admitted taking a cell phone in December 2011. Marshall was placed on one year conditional discharge, ordered to pay court costs and make $200 restitution. He was sentenced to two years probation, fined $100, ordered to pay court costs, and undergo PAVE violence counseling on the domestic battery charge. Marshall was given credit for 31 days served in the Marion County Jail on both the charges.
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