The sec­ond of two Indi­ana men con­victed in a string of car thefts and drug man­u­fac­ture in Williams County was sen­tenced last week in Williams County Com­mon Pleas Court.

The Bryan Times reports that 24 year old Tim­o­thy L. Dull of Hamil­ton, Ind., was sen­tenced to a total of nine years, 10 months in prison after he plead guilty in Octo­ber to charges includ­ing first-degree felony assault; third-degree felony fail­ure to com­ply with order or sig­nal of police offi­cer; fourth-degree felony van­dal­ism, grand theft of a motor vehi­cle, two counts of com­plic­ity to grand theft of a motor vehi­cle and two counts of receiv­ing stolen prop­erty.

Dull and his part­ner, 22 year old Christo­pher Ervin of But­ler, Ind., were arrested fol­low­ing a chase back in July in which Dull led police from Steuben County, Ind., into Williams County, ram­ming a pair of police cruis­ers.

Ervin was sen­tenced in Octo­ber to four years and five months behind bars for his part in the crimes.

The drug charges stem from deputies’ dis­cov­ery of a meth lab the men were oper­at­ing in Williams County.

In addi­tion to jail time, Dull was ordered to pay $1,241.76 total resti­tu­tion, plus court costs.

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