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Four Enter Guilty Pleas in Marion County Court

March 10, 2017

A 64-year-old Salem man has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for entering the Centralia Huck’s store where he was earlier forbidden. Ernie Whipple of Commercial Street was also placed on one year conditional discharge for criminal trespass to real property.

A 40-year-old Herrin man has pleaded guilty to an amended count of retail theft at the Salem Walmart Store. Sean Connor admitted to a misdemeanor charge of taking items valued at under $300 from the store last May. The initial charge was a felony because of a prior conviction. Connor was placed on two years misdemeanor probation, given credit for two days served in jail, ordered to have no contact with the Salem Wal-mart Store, and ordered to undergo mental health and drug evaluation and treatment.

35-year-old David Thompson of Middleton Street in Iuka pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for taking a digital scale from Randy Maas last September. He was placed on one year non-reporting court supervision, 30 hours of public service work and ordered to pay court fees. The original charge of theft was dropped as part of the plea.

A 33-year-old Irvington woman has pleaded guilty to a battery charge. Carolyn Mulvaney of Howe Street admitted of pushing Tina Black-Jones into a table and striking her in the face. Mulvaney was fined $500 and placed on one year court supervision.

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