A Clover woman, Tiffany Ann Conner pleaded guilty Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to five felony charges of distribute or sell for profit a schedule I or II controlled substance.

The courts also nol prossed an additional felony charge of distribute or sell for profit a schedule I or II controlled substance.

Sentencing was set for Sept. 9.

• Crystal Ruotolo-Sanataro of South Boston pleaded nolo contendere to a felony drug charge of possession of schedule I or II controlled substance in a deferred disposition case Thursday.

As part of the deferred disposition case, the courts withheld its evidence and continued her case for 12 months.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White ordered Ruotolo-Sanataro to remain free of drugs, non-prescibred medicine, alcohol and marijuana and to submit to random screenings; to complete 100 hours of community service; and to be of good behavior and seek out employment and/or education.

• Todd Edward Dease of Halifax was found guilty Thursday of a felony charge of violating probation.

Judge White revoked his previous sentence, but re-suspended all time.

She also ordered he pay $100 a month in restitution and court costs within two years.

• Lamitchell Demar Allen of South Boston was sentenced to six months in jail for a felony charge of violating probation.

Judge White revoked a previous sentence of Allen’s, but re-suspended all but six months.

She also ordered a year of supervised probation.

• Melissa Terry Snead was sentenced to two years of supervised probation for a felony charge of sell or distribute a schedule III controlled substance, not a steroid after entering into a plea agreement.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Snead to three years in jail, but suspended all time with credit for time served conditioned on her good behavior for five years.

Judge White also ordered two years of supervised probation upon her release; ordered Snead to remain free of drugs, non-prescribed medicine and marijuana and to submit to random screenings; and to pay court costs within two years and restitution of $75.