Judge David Patterson handed down several sentences Monday in Criminal Court.
25 year old Warren Brandon Glasby pleaded guilty to vehicular assault, driving under the influence, aggravated burglary, and theft over $500.
Glasby received a total of six years on these charges, all on probation except for 48 hours to serve in the DUI case, pay a $365 fine and lose his license for one year.. This sentence will also run consecutively with another case against him. His probation will be supervised by community corrections and he must successfully complete an alcohol and drug assessment, make restitution totaling $2,100 to the victims, and pay $250 to the economic crime fund.
39 year old Walter R. Redmon pleaded guilty to three counts of theft under $500. He received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days in each case to run concurrently with each other and with another sentence against him in the General Sessions Court.. He must serve his sentence in the county jail and pay restitution totaling $3,325 jointly and severally with a co-defendant. He was given jail credit from September 24th, 2008 until now.
25 year old Brandon Tallent pleaded guilty to attempted sale of a schedule II controlled substance. He received a two year sentence, all suspended to DOC probation. The case is to run consecutive to a DeKalb County General Sessions sentence against him which he is now serving but concurrently with any other sentence. Tallent must make restitution of $50 to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department, perform 100 hours of community service, and undergo an alcohol and drug assessment.
38 year old Comer Vance pleaded guilty to two counts of theft over $500, two counts of theft under $500, and shoplifting. He received a total of four years with 180 days to serve. The sentence will run consecutive to a sentence against him in Warren County. Vance will be on DOC probation supervised by community corrections. He must make restitution to the victims and make a contribution to the economic crime fund. Vance was given jail credit from September 24th to now.