Amber-Dawn Yvonne Day and David Wayne Day Jr.

Amber-Dawn Yvonne Day and David Wayne Day Jr.

South Boston residents Amber-Dawn Yvonne Day and David Wayne Day Jr. each will serve a total of five years in prison for heroin and methamphetamine distribution charges after being sentenced in Halifax County Circuit Court on Monday.

Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced 34-year-old Amber-Dawn Day to 20 years each in prison for three charges related to the distribution of heroin and two charges for the distribution of methamphetamine, with all but one year each suspended, and White also sentenced Amber-Dawn Day to a 12-month suspended jail term for misdemeanor child neglect.

White sentenced 37-year-old David Wayne Day Jr. to 20 years each in prison for three charges related to the distribution of heroin and two charges for the distribution of methamphetamine, with all but one year each suspended, and she sentenced him to a five-year suspended prison term for credit card fraud.

White ordered the suspended portion of Amber-Dawn Day’s sentence be conditioned on her good behavior for 50 years; ordered her placed on probation for three years; ordered her to pay a $1,000 fine for each drug charge; ordered her to pay $740 restitution to Virginia State Police BCI Fund jointly and severally with David Day Jr.; and White ordered her operator’s license suspended for 30 months.

The commonwealth moved to nol pros five felony charges against Amber-Dawn Day for conspiring to distribute a controlled substance.

White ordered the suspended portion of David Day Jr.’s sentence be conditioned on his good behavior for 50 years; ordered him to be placed on probation for three years; ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine on each of the drug charges; ordered him to pay $740 restitution to Virginia State Police BCI Fund jointly and severally with Amber-Dawn Day; ordered him to pay $1,510.26 restitution to Carter Bank; and White ordered his operator’s license suspended for 30 months.

The commonwealth moved to nol pros four charges against David Wayne Day Jr. for conspiring to distribute a controlled substance.