John Wade Glasscock Jr., a 27-year-old Scottsburg resident, pleaded guilty Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to four charges related to the distribution of heroin and methamphetamine.
Glasscock pleaded guilty to two charges for distribution of heroin and two charges for distribution of methamphetamine, and he also pleaded guilty to misdemeanors for possession of marijuana and driving on a suspended operator’s license.
Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, three charges against Glasscock were nol prossed, two for conspiring to distribute methamphetamine and one for distribution of heroin.
Sentencing for Glasscock was continued to a date in the July court term.
In another case heard Thursday, Judge J. W. Watson sentenced 73-year-old Nathalie resident Robert Lee Wilborn to a total of 20 years in prison for three cocaine distribution charges.
Watson suspended all but four years and 11 months in prison, conditioned on Wilborn’s good behavior for 20 years, and he ordered the defendant to be placed on probation for two years.
Watson also convicted Wilborn of a probation violation on Thursday, revoking the defendant’s suspended jail term but re-suspending all but one year in jail for that violation.
In addition, Watson ordered Wilborn to pay court costs in full within eight years and suspended his operator’s license for 18 months.
Other court cases
• Amanda Brown Barksdale, 49, of Roxboro, North Carolina, had a charge against her for a probation violation dismissed on Thursday, upon payment of restitution in full.
• Jarvis Terrence Brooks, 24, of South Boston had a charge against him for a probation violation dismissed Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court.
• Todd Edward Dease, 50, of Halifax was convicted Thursday of a violation of his good behavior conditions as ordered by the court.
Sentencing for Dease was continued to a future court date.
• Kimberly Dawn Glasscock, 32, of Halifax was convicted of a probation violation on Thursday.
Watson revoked 25 years of Glasscock’s previously suspended jail term but re-suspended any additional jail time, extending the defendant’s probation, ordering her to seek mental health treatment and ordering her to pay court costs within one year.
• Cameron Jorge Pinilla-Eisenstein, 30, of South Boston pleaded no contest Thursday to a probation violation charge.
Watson revoked 58 years and 22 months of Pinilla-Eisenstein’s previously suspended jail term and re-suspended all but three years in jail, conditioned on the defendant’s good behavior for 58 years.
Watson also ordered Pinilla-Eisenstein to be placed on probation for two years and ordered him to pay court costs within 15 years.
• Leondrae Laquay Tuck, 22, of Halifax had a charge against him for a violation of his conditions of good behavior as ordered by the court dismissed on Friday, upon a motion by the commonwealth.