In Williams County Court

Several drug cases were tried for Montpelier residents. Robert Mitchell pleaded guilty to possession charges and was sentenced to five years of community control and had his 180 day jail sentence suspended. Tyler Bowen received the same sentence for pleading guilty to a felony charge of non-support of dependents. The judge sentenced Tyler Richards of Alvordton to 6 months in jail, suspended, for possession, with community control and a fine. He’ll also lose his driver’s license for six months.
A theft charge was filed against Jacob Hamp of West Unity, and he pleaded not guilty to the fifth-degree felony. His bond was continued and a pretrial hearing scheduled for April 26th.
Finally Jerred Barron of Montpelier will spend four and a half years in prison and lose his license for a year after pleading guilty to drug charges.

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