Three offenders were sentenced to prison terms by 44th Circuit Judge Craig Carter on Tuesday.
According to information released by Prosecuting Attorney Roger Wall, Lloyd D. Perryman Jr., 31, of Ava, was sentenced to five years in prison for 2nd-degree robbery. The offense occurred on Nov. 9, 2012, and was investigated by the Ava Police Department.
Trevor Pippin, 19, of Ava, was sentenced to three years in prison for tempering with a motor vehicle, 1st degree. The offense occurred on Dec. 16, 2012, and was also investigated by the Ava Police Department.
Pippin was on probation for receiving stolen property and possession of drug paraphernalia, and Judge Carter revoked Pippin’s probation on those two cases and ordered the sentences executed. Pippin will serve three years on each case, with the sentences to run concurrently.
Autumn Smith, 31, of Ava, was sentenced to three years in prison after Judge Carter revoked her probation, based on violation reports submitted by probation and parole. Smith admitted to violating her probation and the three-year sentence was ordered executed.