A Chesapeake man was sentenced Friday in Halifax County Circuit Court to serve five years in prison for a felony charge each of grand larceny, entering a house to commit assault and battery or another felony and destruction of property with intent and a misdemeanor charge of obtaining money under false pretense.

Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced Ronnie Darnell Chapman to serve 20 years in prison, but suspended all but four years and 12 months conditioned on his good behavior for 20 years.

White also ordered two years of supervised probation upon his release.

Chapman also was ordered to remain free of drugs, alcohol, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to random monthly screenings, to pay restitution of $2,965 and to not have any contact with his victim.

• Jennette Phelps Brake of Nathalie woman was sentenced Friday to a 12-month suspended jail sentence for pointing a firearm after she entered into an Alford plea.

Under terms of an Alford plea, a defendant does not admit guilt but realizes prosecution would make a guilty finding at trial almost a certainty.

White sentenced Brake to serve 12 months in jail, but suspended all but 12 months conditioned on Brake’s good behavior for 12 months.

White also agreed to take a felony charge of malicious wounding under advisement for 12 months and placed Brake under supervision of Halifax-Pittsylvania Court Services.

She also ordered Brake to undergo anger management, to complete 100 hours of community service, to remain free of alcohol, marijuana, drugs and non-prescribed medicine, to have no contact with her victim except through counsel and to be of good behavior for 12 months.

Brake also was ordered to surrender her firearm.

The courts also nol prossed a felony charge each of first degree murder, malicious wounding and use of a firearm in a felony and a misdemeanor charge each of violating a protective order and assault and battery.

Brake was indicted on the charges in January of 2020 stemming from alleged offenses that occurred Dec. 7, 2019.

• Hernandez Bamda Aurelio of Vernon Hill had an infraction of operating a vehicle while holding a phone taken under advisement Friday.

White agreed to take the infraction under advisement for six months, and if Aurelio does not commit any other infractions, the charge will be dismissed.

Aurelio also had an infraction of improper use of a farm vehicle on a highway dismissed.

• Ebony Tionna Ogburn of Buffalo Junction was sentenced Friday to a five-year suspended prison sentence for possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance.

White sentenced Ogburn to serve five years in prison, but suspended all time with credit for time served and conditioned on her good behavior for 10 years.

White also ordered two years of supervised probation and ordered Ogburn to remain free of drugs, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to random screenings.

• Kendall Scott Sydnor of Scottsburg plead guilty Friday to a felony charge of being a nonviolent felon in possession of a gun.

She also plead nolo contendere to a misdemeanor charge each of pointing a firearm, reckless handling of a firearm and cruelty to animals.

Sentencing will be held in the February court term.

• Daniel Aaron Wilbourne of Charleston, West Virginia, entered into a plea agreement with the commonwealth Friday to a felony charge each of obtaining money under false pretense and other forgery.

The courts also nol prossed a felony charge of larceny of checks.

Sentencing has been set for a date in the February court term.

• Marvin Shantel Womack of South Boston was sentenced Friday to serve nine months in jail for a felony charge of violating probation.

White revoked Womack’s previous sentence, but re-susepdned all but nine months.

White also ordered two years of supervised probation upon Womack’s release.

• Amanda Denise Beadles of Nathalie was found in violation of her community diversion Friday.

She also was found guilty of a misdemeanor charge of failure to appear.

White ordered Beadles to make restitution payments, to meet with her parole officer and to submit to random tests twice monthly.

• Gary Lamont Carrington of South Boston was found guilty Friday for being a habitual offender of driving without a license and failure to appear.

White sentenced Carrington to serve five days in jail for the failure to appear charge, but suspended all time conditioned on his good behavior for six months.

She also ordered two years of community service.

Sentencing for the charge of being a habitual offender of driving without a license has been set for a date in the February court term.

• Larry Darnell Henderson of Vernon Hill was sentenced Friday to seven months in jail for a felony charge of being a nonviolent felon in possession of a weapon and a misdemeanor charge each of carrying a concealed weapon and reckless handling of a firearm.

White sentenced Henderson to serve five years and 24 months in prison, but suspended all but seven months conditioned on his good behaveior for seven months.

White also ordered two years of supervised probation, ordered Henderson to remain off of Velocity’s property, to seek and maintain employment and to forfeit his firearm.

• Michael David Moore of South Boston was sentenced Friday to six months in jail for a felony charge of violating probation and a misdemeanor charge each of driving while intoxicated, unauthorized possession of drug paraphernalia and obstruction of justice.

White revoked Moore’s previous sentence and sentenced Moore to serve an additional 18 months in jail, but suspended all but six months conditioned on his good behavior for 12 months.

White also ordered Moore to undergo VASAP, pay a $250 fine, complete 50 hours of community service and suspended Moore’s driver’s license for 12 months.