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Public Safety 11/27/07

Public Safety 11/27/07

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In Court

Bloomington man

gets 4-year sentence

BLOOMINGTON - A 29-year-old Bloomington man was sentenced to four years in prison for unlawful restraint.

Jimmy Pate, who is identified as homeless in court records, pleaded guilty to unlawfully restraining a woman last year. Charges of domestic battery and aggravated battery were dismissed as part of the plea agreement.

Burglary - Donald Schlottman, 24, 200 block of West Seminary Street, was sentenced to 36 months' probation for burglary.

The Bloomington man also was given 180 days in jail, stayed pending a remission hearing. He must pay restitution of $820 to Hundman Lumber and $255 to Monster Pawn. Two burglary counts were dismissed in the plea agreement with prosecutors.

Identity theft - Venessia Young, 23, 1800 block of West Olive Street, Bloomington, was sentenced to 24 months' conditional discharge and fined $500 for financial identity theft of $300 but less than $2,000.

Two additional counts alleging identity theft were dropped in a plea agreement.

Domestic battery - Shanan Smithson, 26, of Ellsworth, pleaded guilty to domestic battery-subsequent offense and was placed on 24 months' probation.

He also was sentenced to 180 days in jail. The jail term was stayed pending a remission hearing.

Cocaine - Lena Lemon, 18, 900 block of West Jackson Street, was sentenced to 30 months' probation for unlawful delivery of cocaine.

The Bloomington woman also was sentenced to 180 days in jail, stayed pending a remission hearing in the case. A drug possession count was dismissed in a plea arrangement with prosecutors.


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