A South Boston man was sentenced June 4 in Halifax County Circuit Court to serve two years in jail for a felony charge of shoplifting, altering price.
Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced Kevan Eugene Brown to five years in jail, but suspended all but two years conditioned on his good behavior for two years.
Judge White also ordered a year of supervised probation.
Brown also was ordered to remain drug and marijuana free and to submit to random screenings; to pay court costs by November of 2024; and to stay off of Walmart’s property.
• Amanda Denise Beadles of Nathalie was sentenced June 4 to a year of supervised probation for a misdemeanor charge of credit card fraud.
She originally face a felony charge of obtaining credit card, no larceny, but it was reduced to the misdemeanor charge.
Judge White sentenced Beadles to 12 months in jail, but suspended all time with credit for time served conditioned on her good behavior for two years.
Judge White also ordered a year of supervised probation; ordered Beadles to remain free of drugs, non-prescribed medicine and marijuana and to submit to random screenings; and to pay restitution of $549.97.
• David Reginald Jones was found guilty June 4 to a felony charge of abduct by force and a misdemeanor charge each of assault and battery, violating a protect order and trespassing.
He also had a misdemeanor charge of damaging a phone line and a felony charge of entering a house to commit a felony dismissed.
Jones is due back in court on July 29.
• Mark Steven Harville Jr. of Ringgold was sentenced to eight days in jail for a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.
Pursuant to the plea agreement, Judge White sentenced Harville to 12 months in jail, but suspended all but eight days conditioned on his good behavior for 12 months.
The courts also nol prossed a felony charge of eluding police.
Harville also had his driver’s license suspended for six months and was ordered to pay court costs within a year.