GEORGETOWN, Ohio — A number of sentencing were recently handed down by the Brown County Common Pleas Court Judge Scott T. Gusweiler.
Vivian D. Keith, 47, of Williamsburg, Ohio was indicted in early July and was charged with third-degree failure to comply with order or signal of a police officer and fourth-degree receiving stolen property. During Keith’s hearing on Aug. 14, she entered a guilty plea for the failure to comply charge.
Gusweiler sentenced Keith to 18 months in the Ohio Department of Corrections, and a driver’s license suspension for 10 years, with the first three years being mandatory. The stolen property charge was dismissed.
Three other individuals were sentenced to community control by the common pleas court.
Billy R. Letner Jr., 44, of Covington, was indicted on Jan. 25 for fourth-degree assault and resisting arrest. Letner was found guilty for resisting arrest after a jury trial in late July, with the assault charge being dismissed. This month, Gusweiler sentenced Letner to community control sanctions. Letner was sentenced to 56 days in the Brown County Adult Detention Center, with credit for 56 days previously served.
Gerald L. Fletcher, 29, of Mount Orab, Ohio, was indicted on April 19 for fourth-degree possession of heroin and two counts of fifth-degree aggravated possession of drugs. Fletcher pleaded guilty on Aug. 14 to the charge of possession of heroin and was sentenced to two years of community control sanctions subject to general supervision and control of the Adult Probation Department, with all other charges dismissed.
Virgil Lee Day, 32, of Williamsburg, was indicted on May 21 for fifth-degree violating a protection order. On Aug. 15, Day entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to one year of community control sanctions subject to general supervision and control of the Adult Probation Department, including anger management.