Court hands down sentences to six people


By Erik Martin - emartin@aimmedianetwork.com



Cameron Rolark (left, with defense attorney Randall Breaden) was among a number of defendants sentenced in Darke County Common Pleas Court on Monday and Tuesday.


Erik Martin | The Daily Advocate

GREENVILLE — On Monday and Tuesday, Darke County Common Pleas Court Judge Jonathan P. Hein sentenced a number of defendants for various offenses.

Jennifer L. Murphy, 43, of Yorkshire, was sentenced to nine months in prison, with 100 days credited, for violating community control sanctions on a prior conviction of Manufacturing Methamphetamine. She was also required to pay court costs.

Christopher S. Hembree, 43, of Greenville, was sentenced to community control sanctions and 50 days in jail with 50 days credited, for violating community control sanctions on multiple convictions, including Trespassing. In addition, he was ordered to pay court costs.

Stephen D. Bright, 37, of Piqua, was sentenced to community control and 78 days in jail with 78 days credited after pleading guilty to a fifth-degree felony charge of Trafficking Heroin. He must also perform 75 hours of community service, pay court costs and $290 in restitution.

Cameron M. Rolark, 25, of Arcanum, was sentenced to community control after a guilty plea to a third-degree felony charge of Aggravated Robbery. He was sentenced to 94 days in jail with 94 days credited. He was ordered to pay court costs and perform 100 hours of community service.

Matthew J. Hall, 30, of Greenville, was found guilty of a third-degree felony of Escape, having escaped the custody of police while receiving medical treatment. He was sentenced to community control, 79 days in jail with 79 days credited. He must also pay court costs and perform 75 hours of community service.

Dustin L. Jones, 39, of Celina, fifth-degree felony count of Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle. He was placed on community control, must pay restitution in the amount of $1,216, pay court costs, and perform 40 hours of community service.

Cameron Rolark (left, with defense attorney Randall Breaden) was among a number of defendants sentenced in Darke County Common Pleas Court on Monday and Tuesday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2017/04/web1_Rolark-8427-PRINT-1.jpgCameron Rolark (left, with defense attorney Randall Breaden) was among a number of defendants sentenced in Darke County Common Pleas Court on Monday and Tuesday. Erik Martin | The Daily Advocate

By Erik Martin

emartin@aimmedianetwork.com

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