Three White County men have been sentenced to prison after failing to comply with all of the mandated conditions of drug court. Joseph Levi Jordan, 31 of Crossville was sentenced to five years in prison on a conviction of unlawful use of property, a class-2 felony and possession of methamphetamine, a class 3 felony. In addition to time in prison, Judge T. Scott Webb ordered Jordan to serve another year of parole on the methamphetamine conviction and two years on the unlawful use of property conviction. Judge Webb also ordered Jordan to pay $2,366 in various court ordered fines, fees and costs. He was given credit for 172 days spent in custody awaiting disposition of his case.

Jeremy S. Allen, 41 of Carmi has been sentenced to four years in prison on convictions of aggravated battery, a class-3 felony and a class-4 felony conviction of retail theft. The judge ordered he serve another year of parole once he is released from prison and pay $610 in fines, fees and court costs. Judge Webb granted Allen credit for 131 days he has spent in custody pending the outcome of his case.

Clayton E. Coaliron, 47 of Carmi has been sentenced to four years in prison on a conviction of being a felon in possession of a weapon. In addition to prison time, Coaliron was ordered to pay $549 in fines, fees and court costs and serve one year of parole once he is released from prison. Judge Webb gave Coaliron credit for 136 days he has spent in jail awaiting disposition of his case.