A South Boston woman was sentenced Thursday, Sept. 30 to serve four years in prison for a felony charge of distribute or sell for profit a schedule I/II controlled substance and a felony charge of violating good behavior in Halifax County Circuit Court.

Judge Kimberley S. White sentenced Samantha Renee Hutcherson to serve 15 years for the drug charge, but suspended all but three years conditioned on her good behavior for 15 years.

She also received an additional year of jail time for violating probation, and White extended her good behavior terms by 10 years for that charge.

White also ordered two years of supervised probation upon Hutcherson’s release, and ordered the defendant to remain free of drugs, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to random screenings.

Hutcherson also was ordered to pay restitution of $120.

• Gary Demond Sanford of Halifax was sentenced Thursday, Sept. 30 to serve six months in jail for manufacturing or distribution of an imitation schedule I, II controlled substance.

White sentenced Sanford to serve five years in prison, but suspended all but six months conditioned on his good behavior for five years.

White also ordered two years of supervised probation upon his release and ordered $80 of restitution.

• Jessica Denise Seate of South Boston was found in violation of probation Thursday, Sept. 30.

White revoked her previous sentence but re-suspended all time and extended Seate’s supervised probation by two years.

• Robert Aubrey Fallen of Danville was sentenced Thursday, Sept. 30 to serve a year in jail for a felony charge of revocation of license for multiple convictions of driving while intoxicated.

White sentenced Fallen to serve five years in prison, but suspended all but 12 months conditioned on his good behavior for five years.

White also ordered 18 months of supervised probation upon his release.

Fallen also was ordered to remain free of alcohol, drugs, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine.

He also was granted work release.

• Timothy Allen Weatherford of Halifax was sentenced Thursday, Sept. 30 to a year of supervised probation for a felony charge of grand larceny and a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice/resisting arrest after entering into a plea agreement with the commonwealth.

Pursuant to the plea agreement, White sentenced Weatherford to five years and 12 months in jail, but suspended all time conditioned on his good behavior for five years and with credit for time served.

White also ordered Weatherford to remain free of drugs, marijuana and non-prescribed medicine and to submit to random screenings; to pay restitution of $300; and to remain off the victim’s property.