Four sentenced by judge; fifth loses his probation
Four people were sentenced and probation was revoked for a fifth by Judge Andrew Frye in Morgan County Circuit Court in recent weeks.
William H. Lewis, 66, will serve one-to-five years in prison after being picked up on a six-year-old warrant and returned here, according to the Morgan County Circuit Clerk’s Office.
The Pennsylvania man pled guilty to DUI, fleeing from police while under the influence of alcohol and driving while his license was suspended back in 2005. For this, he received a sentence of one-to-five years.
That sentence will be served concurrently with another one-to-five year term for failing to show for court hearings about the case in 2006.
Judge Frye sentenced Christopher Samuel Moore, 25, to six months in jail after Moore pled guilty to joyriding, a misdemeanor.
Moore was originally indicted last month for a felony count of possessing a stolen 1992 Ford Festiva in June.
William L. Dixon, 21, of Everett, Pa. was given a suspended sentence of a year in jail and placed on two years probation after pleading guilty to conspiring to deliver marijuana in the spring of 2010.
Heather Mauck, 29, of Paw Paw was given a suspended sentence of six months in jail and placed on two years probation after pleading guilty to an animal cruelty misdemeanor for killing a puppy.
Judge Frye revoked the probation of Stephen W. Good, Jr., 41, who must now serve 1 1/2 years in prison for possession of marijuana and conspiracy to deliver marijuana in 2009.