It was a busy day in White County Circuit Court on Wednesday according to States Attorney Denton Aud.
39 year old Brannon Randall, who is currently serving a sentence in Illinois Department of Corrections custody from Jefferson County, was sentenced to an additional four years in prison and two years of mandatory supervised release on a charge of unlawful delivery of methamphetamine. The case was investigated by the Southern Illinois Drug Task Force, and Randall was represented by Public Defender Brian Shinkle. Judge T Scott Webb presided over the case.
36 year old Michael Allen of Carmi received a sentence of three years in prison and one year of mandatory supervised release on a charge of possession of methamphetamine. Allen was arrested by the White County Sheriff’s Department in December. Allen was also sentenced by Judge Webb.
21 year old Miranda Fritchley of Albion had her probation revoked on a charge of obstruction of justice and was sentenced to 30 months in IDOC custody. Following incarceration, Fritchley will be under mandatory supervised release for one year. Judge Mark Stanley issued the sentence.
33 year old Kyle O’Neal of Evansville received two year sentences on charges of possession of methamphetamine, aggravated fleeing or attempting to elude, and aggravated assault. The sentences will run concurrently. O’Neal was arrested by the Carmi Police Department with assistance from the White County Sheriff’s Department and the Grayville Police Department after he led officers on a high speed chase on November 16th last year. O’Neal is also facing charges in Indiana for his actions that day, including fleeing Evansville Police. He was represented by Public Defender Shinkle and sentenced by Judge Webb.