A Tennessee man appearing on a bench warrant from a 2012 conviction was sentenced to jail in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Monday.
Court records showed that Wesley Smith, 24, Kodak, Tenn., pled no contest over three years ago to a charge of first-degree misdemeanor gasoline theft.
He was found guilty, and all but 10 days of a 180-day jail sentence were suspended. He could be furloughed from jail after five days, records added. Smith was ordered to perform 30 hours of community service.
In November of that year, a warrant was issued for Smith’s arrest, according to records. When he appeared on that warrant in 2014, his previous furlough was revoked. An additional 30 days were also scheduled on a probation violation.
Last August, another warrant was issued for his arrest. Smith appeared on that warrant Monday. The previously scheduled 30 days were imposed. An additional 90 days are set for December. Smith’s probation was extended for another year.
Kaleb Landrum, 24, Greenfield, was also found guilty of a probation violation. He was convicted of second-degree misdemeanor attempting to purchase an illegal amount of pseudoephedrine in April.
Records showed that Monday’s warrant is the second that has been issued since Landrum’s conviction. He was previously found guilty of a probation violation in June and sentenced to 10 days in jail, with credit given for two days. His probation was extended for another year.
On Monday, a 44-day jail sentence was imposed. According to records, Landrum can be furloughed on Sept. 21 with a negative drug screen. He is set to return to court in December.
A drug screen will also determine a furlough for Christopher Rowley, 29, Fayetteville.
Rowley was convicted of first-degree misdemeanor driving without consent in March, records showed. At that time, 73 days of a 90-day jail sentence were suspended. He was placed on reporting probation. His license was also suspended for one year.
Records added that a warrant was issued for Rowley’s arrest in July after he failed to appear for a review hearing.
On Monday, he appeared on that warrant. Thirty-five days in jail were imposed. He can be furloughed on Sept. 20 if he passes a drug test. He must also return to court in December.
Finally, a previous sentence was imposed for James Boyd, 22, Greenfield.
He pled guilty to first-degree misdemeanor theft in February, and all but 20 days of a 90-day jail sentence were suspended. According to records, he could be furloughed with a negative drug screen.
Records added that Boyd was placed on reporting probation and ordered to perform 80 hours of community service.
In May, a warrant was issued for Boyd’s arrest after an affidavit was filed by the probation department, records showed.
When he appeared on that warrant, Boyd’s previous furlough of 13 days was revoked. The following month, he appeared for a review hearing and was found guilty of a probation violation. A 70-day jail sentence was set to be reviewed.
On Monday, Boyd appeared for that review hearing and the 70-day jail sentence was imposed. Records added that he can be furloughed into the STAR program.
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