A Nathalie man was sentenced Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to serve two years and six months in prison for distributing or selling for a profit a schedule I or II controlled substance, possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance and violating good behavior terms after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge Joel Cunningham sentenced Christopher Marcus Duffer to serve 15 years in prison for the drug convictions but suspended all but two years conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

For violating his good behavior, Cunningham revoked Duffer’s previous sentence, but re-suspended all but six months conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

Cunningham also ordered two years of supervised probation upon Duffer’s release.

Duffer also was ordered to remain free of drugs and marijuana and to submit to random screenings; and ordered to pay restitution of $160.

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w Jeremy Craig Culley of Nathalie was sentenced Thursday to serve two years of supervised probation for possession of schedule I or II controlled substance, possession of a gun with a schedule I or II controlled substance, destruction of property, possession of burglary tools and trespassing after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Cunningham sentenced Culley to serve 26 years in prison, but suspended all time conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years and with credit for time served.

A charge of authorized possession of drug paraphernalia was dismissed.

Culley also was ordered to remain free of drugs and marijuana and to submit to monthly, random screenings; ordered to have no contact with victim and ordered to pay restitution of $3,643.

w Amanda Lynn Aherron of Blairs had a charge of driving while under the influence of drugs amended to reckless driving on Thursday after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, the charge was amended and Cunningham sentenced Aherron to a 60-day suspended jail sentence conditioned on her good behavior for 12 months.

Cunningham also placed Aherron under six months of supervised probation with Halifax Pittsylvania Court Services.

Aherron also was ordered to remain free of marijuana, drugs and alcohol and to submit to random screenings; ordered to complete 25 hours of community service and ordered to pay a $250 fine.

w Wayne Matthew Wiley Jr. of Halifax was sentenced Thursday to serve two years in prison for possession of schedule I or II controlled substance, grand larceny and violating probation after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, Cunningham sentenced Wiley to serve 15 years in prison for the drug and grand larceny convictions, but suspended all but a year and six months.

For the probation conviction, Cunningham revoked Wiley’s previous sentence, but re-suspedned all but six months.

The suspended portions of his sentence are conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

Cunningham also ordered two years of supervised probation upon Wiley’s release.

Wiley also was ordered to remain free of drugs and marijuana.

w Brock Owen Poole of South Boston was sentenced Thursday to serve seven months in jail for possession of schedule I or II controlled substance, assault of a police officer, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and fleeing from law enforcement.

Cunningham sentenced Poole to serve 18 years in prison, but suspended all but seven months conditioned on his good behavior for 10 years.

Poole also was ordered to serve two years of supervised probation upon his release; and ordered to remain free of drugs and marijuana and to submit to random screenings.

Poole also was ordered to pay a $100 fine for driving without a license.