Three defendants have drawn prison sentences following appearances in White County Circuit Court at Carmi. Bryan P. Hensley, 51 of Grayville has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to a Class-2 felony charge of being in possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver. In addition to time in prison, Circuit Judge T. Scott Webb ordered Hensley to pay $2,225 in various fines, fees and court costs. The judge also ordered Hensley to serve another two years of parole once he is released from prison. Grayville City Police investigated the case against Hensley. The initial case against Hensley was filed by White County State's Attorney Denton Aud May 22, 2019.
Cale Cheek, 22 of Enfield has been sentenced to two years in prison after his probation was revoked on a felony conviction of being in possession of methamphetamine. In addition to prison time, Cheek was ordered to pay $2,264 in various court-ordered fines, fees and costs. The original case against Cheek was filed April 13, 2018. Cheek will have to serve another year of parole once gets out of prison. He was represented by public defender Rhonda Blades.
Rodney Harrington, 43 of Carbondale, Illinois has been sentenced to three years in prison after entering a guilty plea to a Class-4 felony charge of driving on a revoked license – his 4th - 9th such offense. He also drew a one year prison sentence for being in possession of between 100 and 500 grams of marijuana. Judge Scott Webb ordered Harrington to pay $549 in various fines, fees and court costs and serve another year of parole once he is released from jail. The case against Harrington was filed January 16, 2019 and was investigated by Illinois State Police.