Four individuals were sentenced to prison terms in White County Court this week according to White County States Attorney Denton Aud.
On Tuesday, 28 year old Matthew Sallee of Eldorado was found guilty on one count of burglary resulting in an eight year sentence, and one count of criminal damage to property, yielding a six year sentence. The two sentences will run concurrently. In addition, Sallee will serve two years of mandatory supervised release following incarceration, and was ordered to pay restitution to his victims as well as all mandatory fines, fees, and court costs. The investigation into the case was conducted by the Norris City Police Department, White County Sheriff’s Department, and the Illinois State Police Crime Scene Investigation Unit. Judge Stanley was the sentencing judge.
Three more sentences were handed down by Judge Webb on Wednesday. 37 year old Carlos Kidd of Evansville was sentenced to five years and four months behind bars with two years of mandatory supervised release on one count of residential burglary. Kidd also was ordered to pay restitution along with fines, fees, and costs. The White County Sheriff’s Department conducted the investigation.
30 year old Hanna Smith of Grayville was sentenced to three years with two years supervised release on a charge of possession of methamphetamine precursors. Smith was on probation, which was revoked. The White County Sheriff’s Department also conducted that investigation.
46 year old Scott Jarvis of McLeansboro received a three year prison term with one year of supervised release on one count of criminal trespass to a residence. The Carmi Police department conducted that investigation. Jarvis was previously on probation, which was revoked at his hearing.