Western Brown’s Leto excels in Australia Rockets ready for 1st season in SBAAC Paddling, hiking activities available at Ohio State Parks SB Warriors get set to hit gridiron for 2nd year of varsity football Scotty W Johnson Glenna V Moertle Ricky L Hoffer Ruth E Ward David A Watson Janet L Dotson Vilvie S King Steven C Utter Cropper joins Fallis at Bethel-Tate Local kids find success in world of martial arts 13th annual Bronco 5K Run and Fitness Walk set for Aug. 5 Teams compete in memory of Randy Fulton Mike W Smith Roger Helton David A Borders Timothy E Argenbright Joseph W Sherrill Frances K Pedigo Cecil N Graham Sawyers charged in sex for heroin plot Group demands changes at ELSD Blanche Malblanc Pauline L Kirk Over 70 take part in 11th Joe Myers 5K Classic Lions Club 4th of July Festival brings outdoor fun to Ripley ODNR reminds visitors to swim safe this summer Changes in high school track and field/cross country rules include school issued and approved uniforms Betty L Philpott Judy B Williams Billie J Russell Remembering Ravye 25 attend volleyball camp in Fayetteville Western Brown hosts Pee Wee Football Camp Eugene L Baumann Kids enjoy a ‘Touch-a-Truck’ event in Mt. Orab New police chief takes over in Fayetteville BC Chamber moving forward on 2017 SummerFest Two killed in wrong way crash in Mt. Orab Jack Hamilton Charles L Glover Maxine M Stires Western Brown youth basketball camps a success Leto to represent Team USA in Australia Broncos hard at work in preparation for fall season Eastern approves bowling team Phyllis Ruth Lois A Manley Eddie L Carr Thomas L Carnahan Cameron Barkley Walter J McGee Gary J Graham George D Johnson Walter F Crawford Jr Charles E Meranda Jr Corbin testifies before Ohio Senate Five arrested in Hamersville drug bust Neil Diamond tribute band coming Hyde finds home at Midway Youngsters work to improve on hoop skills at Eastern basketball camps Sizer named All-District Honorable Mention Western Brown’s Barnes earns All-State, All-District honors Local players compete in SWOFCA Ron Woyan East/West All-Star Game 6th annual Ravye Williams Memorial 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament set for June 24 Clarence E Teal Rosie B Poe Monard C Boots James P Conrad James T Dinser Scott J Swearingen Eastern’s Farris earns award for top 2-point field percentage in Ohio Georgetown’s Seigla earns All-District honors OHSAA announces 2017 football regions and playoffs format Western Brown volleyball camps a success with over 100 in attendance Rigdon finishes high school running career with 10th place finish at state track and field championship meet Grace E Fite Women return to county jail as funds start to run low Georgetown Council takes action on vacant structures Veterans honored in Mt. Orab John McGee Timmy Burson Patricia A London Mary J Hall Kenneth R Behymer Western Brown’s Joe Sams commits to Marietta College WBHS to hold girls youth basketball camp Huseman signs with UC Clermont Day to continue baseball career on collegiate level at UC Clermont Western’s Pack signs with NKU WBHS to host youth boys basketball camp Eastern’s Rigdon, Hopkins are STATE BOUND James Ratliff Robert P Lesko Armstrong sentenced to twenty years on child porn possession charges Russellville hires new Village Clerk Russellville Council approves purchase of two ambulances

Four receive sentences

GEORGETOWN — Daryl D. Day was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty on June 23 to one count of robbery, a second-degree felony.

He was also ordered to pay $929 in restitution, according to a press release from the Brown County Common Pleas Court.

He was originally indicted by a grand jury on April 9 with one count of aggravated robbery with a firearm specification, a first-degree felony; theft with a firearm specification, a fifth-degree felony; and the robbery charge, which had a firearm specification. The aggravated robbery and theft charges, and the firearm specification on the robbery charge to which he pleaded, were dropped, the release stated.

He has a mandatory three years of post-release control through the parole authority.

In a separate case, Billy Strange on Tuesday was sentenced to 10 months in prison after pleading guilty to his one charge of trafficking in heroin, a fifth-degree felony, on July 20, according to the court’s news release.

He also had his driver’s license suspended and was advised by Judge Scott Gusweiler of an optional three years of post-release control through the parole authority.

In an unrelated case, on Tuesday, Parick R. Mondy was sentenced to one year of community control on a charge of failure to comply with order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony, according to the release.

He had been indicted on that charge on June 4, the release stated.

Additionally, he will have his driver’s license suspended for three years, be fined, perform community service and spend three days in the Brown County Adult Detention Center, according to the media release.

In a separate case, Amberly Miller, on July 14, reportedly admitted to violating community control and was sentenced to 14 months in prison for the violation, according to another press release from the court.

On May 28, Miller had been placed on community control for two years on a forgery charge, a fourth-degree felony. At the time, she was reportedly advised of the 14-month prison penalty for the violation, according to the release.

She has an optional three years of post-release control through the parole authority.

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By Lora Abernathy

labernathy@civitasmedia.com

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