A 48-year-old South Boston man, Paul Edward Quick, pleaded guilty Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court to three larceny-related charges, in addition to a charge for possession of a controlled substance.

Quick pleaded guilty to one felony charge for grand larceny, a felony charge for possession of a controlled substance, and a pair of misdemeanors for petty larceny, all after reaching a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Judge Kimberley S. White continued sentencing for Quick to a date in the April court term.

• Amir Antonio Hunt, 19, of Halifax pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge for breaking and entering and a misdemeanor charge for petty larceny.

White sentenced Hunt to a 12-month suspended jail term for the petty larceny conviction, conditioned on Hunt’s good behavior for 12 months, ordering the defendant to pay $50 restitution, remain off the property of Dedrick Dunkley and have no contact with Dunkley.

White took the breaking and entering charge under advisement for 12 months, placing Hunt under probation, remain of good behavior and ordering him to complete 100 hours of community service.

In addition, White ordered Hunt to remain drug and alcohol free, submit to random drug and alcohol testing at the request of Halifax-Pittsylvania Court Services, undergo a substance abuse assessment and follow all recommended actions.

White stipulated that if Hunt complied with all conditions, the charge against him for breaking and entering would be reduced to misdemeanor trespassing.

• William Compton, 87, of Clarksville pleaded guilty Thursday to an amended charge reflecting misdemeanor obstruction of justice.

White sentenced Compton to a 12-month suspended jail term, conditioned on his good behavior for two years, ordering the defendant to pay court costs within one year and ordering him not to possess a firearm for two years unless that order is amended by the court.

• Jennifer Gentry Conner, 53, of Scottsburg pleaded guilty Thursday to felonies for a fourth or more offense of DWI within 10 years and a third or more offense of driving with a suspended license within 10 years.

Sentencing for Conner was continued to a date in the April court term.

• Jessica Louise Ragsdale, 27, of South Boston had a charge against her for illegally stopping on the highway dismissed Thursday in Halifax County Circuit Court.

• Patrick N. Salts, 38, of South Boston pleaded guilty Thursday to a charge for felony shoplifting.

Sentencing for Salts was continued to a date in the May court term.

• Amy Carol Cash, 25, of Nathalie was convicted Thursday of felony child neglect, in a deferred disposition case.

White sentenced Cash to five years in prison, with all suspended to that already served, conditioned on Cash’s good behavior for five years, and White ordered Cash be placed on probation for one year, beginning immediately.

The court additionally ordered Cash to complete a parenting class.

• Kayla M. Dawson, 27, of Halifax was convicted Thursday of a probation violation.

White revoked Dawson’s previously suspended jail term and re-suspended all but six months, ordering Dawson to pay court costs within one year, with the stipulation that the court would consider modifying Dawson’s sentence if Dawson paid a substantial amount of restitution.

• Crystal Gail Mills, 28, of South Boston was convicted Thursday of a misdemeanor for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

White sentenced Mills to a 12-month suspended jail term, conditioned on Mills’ good behavior for 12 months, and she ordered the defendant to pay court costs within one year.

• Stevie Thomas Taylor, 51, of Durham, North Carolina, previously convicted of a probation violation, had White revoke his previously suspended jail time on Thursday before re-suspending all time.

White ordered Taylor to continue to make payments to the clerk’s office and relieved him from probation.

• Zenji Walton, aka Zenji Walton Stewart, 50, of Richmond pleaded guilty Thursday to a pair of felony charges for obtaining money under false pretenses and one felony charge for credit card fraud.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, White withheld her finding of guilt until Aug. 6, stipulating the charges would be reduced to misdemeanors if the defendant paid $1,558 restitution starting March 6, ordering restitution be paid in full by Aug. 5.

White also ordered the defendant to be on good behavior.

• Charles Gregory Womack, 50, of Lynchburg had a charge against him for a felony probation violation dismissed on Thursday, with White ordering Womack released from probation.

• Steven Deon Logan, 30, of Vernon Hill was convicted Thursday of a probation violation following a bench trial, where he entered a plea of not guilty.

White revoked Logan’s previously suspended jail term and re-suspended all but 12 months, extending Logan’s probation for three years, ordering him to undergo a substance abuse evaluation and complete The Bridge Ministry.

White additionally ordered Logan to receive credit for time served since July 31, 2018 and ordered him to pay court costs within two years.

• Mindy Watts, 31, of South Boston was convicted Thursday of a probation violation.

White extended Watts’ probation until June 4 and continued disposition of the case to a date in the June court term.