Two people were sentenced to the Illinois Department of corrections Wednesday Morning.
Christopher Hosman, 46, Norris City
21CF61: Unlawful Violation of Order of Protection, class 4 felony
4 years DOC 4 years MSR -prior fines and costs
21CF120: Unlawful Violation of Order of Protection, class 4 felony
4 years DOC 4 years MSR
$3,000 fine, $1,194 contribution local anti-crime program, court costs. This sentence would run concurrent with 21CF61
21CF145: Unlawful Violation of Order of Protection, class 4 felony
4 years DOC 4 years MSR
$3,000 fine, $2,556 contribution to local anti-crime program, $575 restitution, and court costs. This sentence was ordered to run consecutively to 21CF120 and 21CF61 since he was on bond for 21CF120 when he committed 21CF145.
Essentially, Hosman was sentenced to a term of 8 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections due to how 21CF145 will run consecutively to 21CF120 and 21CF61, which means that the sentence in 21CF145 will not begin until he finishes his sentences in the other two cases. The incident in 21CF61 occurred in May 2021 with Hosman being placed on drug court in July 2021; however, due to his continuous violations of the order of protection, specifically in August 2021 for 21CF120 and September 2021 for 21CF145, his drug court probation was revoked with the new sentence being entered in that case at the same time he received his sentences in his new cases.
Public Defender Brian Shinkle represented Hosman. State’s Attorney Denton Aud prosecuted the cases. Judge T. Scott Webb was the presiding judge. Norris City Police Department was the original investigating agency on all three cases.
In the second instance, Dale McLain, 48, of Carmi was sentenced to a total of eight years in the Illinois Department of Corrections with two years Mandatory Supervised Release for Criminal Trespass to a Residence and Aggravated Fleeing or Attempting to Elude a Police Officer, both class 4 felonies. McLain was previously placed on probation in the aggravated fleeing sentence in September of 2019 following an incident in August 2019. However he committed the criminal trespass offence in July 2021, which led to his probation being revoked Wednesday with the new sentence in that case being entered at the same time in his new trespass case. The Carmi Police Department was the arresting agency on both cases.
Public Defender Brian Shinkle represented Dale McLain in both cases. State’s Attorney Denton Aud prosecuted each case. Judge T. Scott Webb was the presiding judge in each case.