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June 23, 2013

Area sentencings

• Christopher Clement, 25, convicted in Howard Superior Court 2 of Class D felony aiding, inducing or causing theft, was sentenced to three years executed in prison and pay court costs.

• Michael Wilson, 35, convicted in Howard Superior Court 2 of Class C felony robbery, was sentenced to eight years with two years executed in prison, two years of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for Thinking For A Change Program as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Kevin W. Ross, 50, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class A misdemeanor invasion of privacy, was sentenced to one year with 84 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.

• Linda S. Burns, 44, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of a controlled substance, was sentenced to two years with 227 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Jones A. Booker, 22, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of chemicals reagents or precursors with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance, was sentenced to three years executed in prison and pay court costs and probation fees.

• Earl D. Perrigen, 39, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class B felony dealing in a controlled substance, was sentenced to 16 years with eight years in prison, two years of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.

• Bailey Wisher, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class D felony theft, was sentenced to 18 months with six months of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay court costs and probation fees.

• Latina Machey East, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class D felony theft and Class D felony possession of a syringe, was sentenced one each count to two years with nine months executed and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay restitution, court costs and probation fees. The sentences were ordered to run consecutively.

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