CLINTON — Three Clinton residents were sentenced Thursday for violation of probation.
Clinton County Attorney Mike Wolf filed a probation revocation Feb. 5 for James M. Sheley, 22, 634 Third Ave. South. In Clinton County District Court Thursday, District Court Judge Henry Latham ordered the original sentence be imposed.
Sheley was sentenced by District Court Judge Mark Lawson on Dec. 7, 2017 to 10 years in prison for one count of first-degree theft, a Class C felony. The sentence was suspended and Sheley was placed on probation for three years.
On April 6, 2018, Sheley stipulated to violating the terms of probation and was ordered to serve 90 days in the Clinton County Jail. He was ordered to continue on supervised probation and to complete the Residential Corrections Facility program as previously ordered upon completion of the sentence.
On July 12 the court found Sheley violated the terms of probation. Sheley was sentenced to serve 30 days in the Clinton County Jail with credit for time served in connection.
Wolf filed a probation revocation April 24 for Jessica L. Gibson, 20, 422 Second Ave. South. On Thursday Gibson stipulated to violating the terms of probation and was ordered to serve 60 days in the Clinton County Jail with credit for time served.
Gibson was ordered to complete the Residential Corrections Facility program. The remainder of the imposed sentence will be suspended when bed space is available at the RCF.
Assistant Clinton County Attorney Ross Barlow filed a probation revocation Feb. 18 for Charlie Johnson Jr., 35, 718 S. First St.. Johnson appeared Thursday in Clinton County District Court and was found in violation of his terms of probation. He was sentenced to 45 days in the Clinton County Jail and given credit for time served.
Johnson will be unsuccessfully discharged from probation upon completion of the sentence.