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Pair sentenced to 6 years for theft
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A pair of six-year penitentiary sentences was handed down for thefts this past week by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley.Included in circuit sentencing:• Martin Riley III was ordered to serve six years and make restitution for theft over $10,000.• David Charles Tompkins was directed to serve six years and make $8,800 restitution for theft over $10,000.• Scott Sebastian Willett was ordered to serve 180 days of a four-year sentence and pay $1,000 plus costs for aggravated burglary and theft.• Nathan Bruce Bayless and Tiffany Jones Knight were both ordered to serve 160 days of four-year sentences, perform 16 hours public service and split $2,100 restitution for theft.• Donald Wesley Smith was directed to serve 80 days of an 11-29 sentence, perform 100 hours public service work and make restitution for theft.• Danny L. Jernigan was instructed to serve 110 days of a three-year sentence, make restitution and perform 50 hours public service work for theft.• Thurman Hickerson was directed to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence and perform 16 hours public service work for falsification of the results of a drug test.• Ricky Lee Maynard was directed to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence for domestic assault.• Jerry Lynn McCormick was ordered to serve eight days of an 11-29 sentence, perform 24 hours public service work and attend anger management for misdemeanor assault.• Travis Lee Moore was granted a four-year judicial diversion and must pay $1,000 plus costs and perform 50 hours public service work for theft. The diversion means his record will be erased provided he gets into no further trouble during his probationary period.• Michael Ray Zingale was given an 11-29 probationary sentence and must make $667 restitution and perform 16 hours public service work for passing a worthless check.• Crystal Michelle White was fined $50 plus costs for failure to keep a minor child in school.