A Halifax man, Leshan Rontez Kirby, was sentenced on Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to two years in prison for a felony charge of eluding police, a misdemeanor charge each of reckless speeding and driving with a revoked license.

Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced Kirby to five years, six months and 30 days in prison, but suspended all but two years conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

White also ordered a year of supervised probation upon his release, suspended his driver’s license for 90 days, and ordered Kirby to pay court costs within four years.

• Krystle Link Shelton of Scottsburg was sentenced on Thursday to 10 months in prison for a felony charge of child abuse and a misdemeanor charge each of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and allowing a prohibited person to drive.

Judge White sentenced Shelton to five years and 18 months in prison, but suspended all but 10 months conditioned on her good behavior for 10 years.

White also ordered a year of supervised probation upon Shelton’s release; ordered Shelton to remain drug and alcohol free and to submit to random screenings; and ordered the defendant to pay court costs within three years.

• Tevin Traquan Ferrell of Halifax was sentenced Thursday to a year of supervised probation for a felony charge of being a nonviolent felon in possession of a gun.

Judge White sentenced Ferrell to three years in prison, but suspended all time conditioned on his good behavior for five years.

White also ordered a year of supervised probation; ordered Ferrell to remain drug and alcohol free and to submit to random screenings; and ordered the defendant to pay court costs within two years.

• Jacob Wayne Newcomb of Alton received no jail time Thursday for a felony charge of not reporting an accident and a misdemeanor charge each of driving while license is revoked/suspended, failure to appear and operating an uninsured vehicle, after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

In accordance with the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Newcomb to 60 days in prison, but suspdend all time in the deferred disposition case.

White also ordered Newcomb to remain on good behavior; ordered Newcomb to take anger management classes; ordered Newcomb to have no contact with his victims; suspended his driver’s license for 60 days; ordered restitution of $2,379.10 and a fine of $100; and ordered the defendant to pay court costs within two years.

• Jontia Lee Betts of South Boston was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in prison for a felony charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle, after entering to a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

In accordance with the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Betts to five years in prison but suspended all but 90 days conditioned on her good behavior for five years.

White also ordered a year of supervised probation upon her release; and ordered Betts to pay court costs within two years.

• Christopher Charles Kaywood of Buffalo Junction plead guilty Thursday to a felony charge each of larceny and possession of a scheduled I or II controlled substance.

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

• James Anthony Green of South Boston had his probation extended by two years Thursday for a felony charge of violating good behavior.

Judge White revoked and re-suspended a previous jail sentence, and extended his probation.

White also ordered Green to remain drug free and to be tested monthly.

Green also had an additional felony charge of violating good behavior dismissed.

• Mary Snow Cash of Halifax was sentenced Thursday to two years of supervised probation upon her release for a felony charge each of possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance, violating probation and violating good behavior.

Judge White sentenced Cash to five years in prison but suspended all but time served conditioned on her good behavior for 10 years.

White also ordered Cash to remain drug free and to pay court costs within two years.