Two Draw Prison Terms in Marion County CourtTwo people are headed to prison after entering guilty pleas in Marion County Court on Thursday.
34-year-old Charles Peterson of West Goodner Street in Nashville received a three year prison term after he admitted to a petition to revoke his probation for unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle. Peterson was given credit for time service, had all fines and fees reasessed and ordered to complete two years of mandatory supervised release when getting out of prison. The sentence will be served concurrently with one handed down in a St. Clair County felony case.
22-year-old Jeremiah Bobbett of Mitchell Street in Centralia was sentenced to two years in prison on a felony theft conviction as well as on a petition to revoke his probation in an earlier attempted burglary conviction. The two sentences will run concurrently. He'll have to complete one year of mandatory supervised release after getting out of prison as well as pay court costs. Bobbett admitted to taking copper pipes and brass fillings from a home owned by Ronald Dahl Junior in Centralia in July.
47-year-old Ronald Courtney of South Gilmore in Wamac was ordered to serve 180 days in the Marion County Jail after admitting to a charge of obstructing ID. Courtney admitted giving Wamac Police a false name.
29-year-old Richard Schoenbaum of South Perrine in Centralia pleaded guilty to an assault charge. He admitted to jabbing his hand toward Alice Harlow last November. He was placed on one year probation, fined $100, ordered to pay a $300 public defender reimbursement, as well as undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation and attend anger management counseling. A disorderly conduct charge was dropped as part of the plea.
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