A Clover man, Justin Juwan Lacks, was sentenced Thursday to 12 months in jail for a felony drug charge of possession of a schedule one or two controlled substance and a felony charge of violating good behavior after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced Lacks to five years in jail but suspended all but 12 months conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

Judge White also ordered two years of supervised probation upon his release; ordered a $200 fine; and ordered Lacks to be evaluated for drug court.

• William Quincy Johnson of Collinsville was sentenced Thursday to 12 months in jail for a felony charge of being a violent felon in possession or transportation of a weapon after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Johnson to five years in jail but suspended all but 12 months conditioned on his good behavior for five years.

Judge White also ordered a year of supervised probation to begin immediately; ordered Johnson to remain free of drugs and nonprescription medicine and ordered him to submit to random screenings; and ordered Johnson to pay court costs within two years.

• Destinee Wood of Annapolis, Maryland, was sentenced Thursday to two months and 15 days in jail for a felony charge of forging public records and a misdemeanor charge of identity theft, after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Wood to 12 months in jail, but suspended all but nine months and 15 days conditioned on Wood’s good behavior for 12 months.

White also ordered 12 months of supervised probation; ordered Wood to remain drug and prescription medicine free and to submit to screenings; and to pay court costs within 12 months.

• Jennifer Lynn Beadles of Brookneal was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail for a felony charge of destruction of property.

Judge White sentenced Beadles to six months in jail but suspended all time conditioned on Beadles good behavior for 12 months.

Beadles also had a felony drug charge continued.

• Heather Nichole Phillips of Java had a charge of violating good behavior terms dismissed Thursday.

• Rodney Lee Johnson of Chatham was sentenced Thursday to eight months in jail for two felony drug charges of providing a prisoner marijuana.

Judge White sentenced Johnson to 10 years in jail but suspended all but eight months conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

The judge also ordered two years of supervised probation upon his release; ordered Johnson to remain free of drugs and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to monthly screenings; and ordered the defendant to pay court costs within two years.