GEORGETOWN — Daryl D. Day was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday after pleading guilty on June 23 to one count of robbery, a second-degree felony.
He was also ordered to pay $929 in restitution, according to a press release from the Brown County Common Pleas Court.
He was originally indicted by a grand jury on April 9 with one count of aggravated robbery with a firearm specification, a first-degree felony; theft with a firearm specification, a fifth-degree felony; and the robbery charge, which had a firearm specification. The aggravated robbery and theft charges, and the firearm specification on the robbery charge to which he pleaded, were dropped, the release stated.
He has a mandatory three years of post-release control through the parole authority.
In a separate case, Billy Strange on Tuesday was sentenced to 10 months in prison after pleading guilty to his one charge of trafficking in heroin, a fifth-degree felony, on July 20, according to the court’s news release.
He also had his driver’s license suspended and was advised by Judge Scott Gusweiler of an optional three years of post-release control through the parole authority.
In an unrelated case, on Tuesday, Parick R. Mondy was sentenced to one year of community control on a charge of failure to comply with order or signal of a police officer, a third-degree felony, according to the release.
He had been indicted on that charge on June 4, the release stated.
Additionally, he will have his driver’s license suspended for three years, be fined, perform community service and spend three days in the Brown County Adult Detention Center, according to the media release.
In a separate case, Amberly Miller, on July 14, reportedly admitted to violating community control and was sentenced to 14 months in prison for the violation, according to another press release from the court.
On May 28, Miller had been placed on community control for two years on a forgery charge, a fourth-degree felony. At the time, she was reportedly advised of the 14-month prison penalty for the violation, according to the release.
She has an optional three years of post-release control through the parole authority.
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