Man Sentenced to 8 Years

LaSalle Parish Man Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Drug Charges

A LaSalle Parish man was sentenced to serve a total of eight years in state prison at hard labor and fined a total of $4,000 on drug charges during a late August session of 28th Judicial District Court, held in and for the Parish of LaSalle.

The Honorable J. Christopher Peters, District Judge, presided at the session. Also at their regular duties were District Attorney J. Reed Walters and assistants, Deputy Sheriffs Jim Arbogast, Christie Greer, and Alan Graham; Deputy Clerks of Court Tara Talley and Reba McClure, and Court Reporter/Administrator Bobby L. Wilson.

Anthony R. Evans was ordered to serve 2 years at hard labor with the Department of Corrections (DOC) and pay a fine of $1,000, plus all costs of Court, on each of four counts of attempting to obtain CDS by fraud (amended from obtaining CDS by fraud). The sentences are to run consecutive to each other and the State agreed not to file a habitual offender bill as to these charges.

Cary P. Bilodeau was ordered to serve 5 years at hard labor with DOC to run consecutive to the sentence he is now serving on a charge of introduction of contraband into a penal facility. He was also fined $250 plus all costs of Court. A charge of possession of CDS I, marijuana, was dismissed by the State.

Terrance D. Bloodsaw was ordered to serve 5 years at hard labor with DOC on a charge of possession of CDS II, methamphetamine. Three of those years were suspended and he was placed on 5 years active supervised probation, and fined $1,000, plus all costs of Court. Further, the defendant was ordered to be evaluated by an addictive disorders clinic within 14 days of his release from prison, and attend at least one NA meeting per week during the pendency of his probationary period. A charge of flight from an officer was dismissed by the State.

Bruce L. Fletcher was ordered to serve 2 years at hard labor with DOC, make restitution to the victim, and pay all costs of Court on a charge of simple criminal damage to property (over $500 but less than $50,000). On a charge of simple burglary, he was sentenced to serve 3 years at hard labor with DOC and pay a fine of $1,500 plus all costs of Court. The sentences are to run consecutive to each other. A restitution hearing was set for Sept. 30th. Another charge of simple burglary and a charge of theft of motor vehicle fuel were dismissed by the State.

Delvin D. Hatcher was ordered to serve 5 years at hard labor with DOC on an amended charge of unauthorized use of a movable (amended from theft of motor vehicle having a value over $500). Two of those years were suspended and he was placed on 5 years active supervised probation, and ordered to pay a fine of $1,000 plus all costs of Court, and make restitution in the amount of $2,162. The defendant was ordered to complete a GED program during the pendency of probation.

Devin Cole Hines was ordered to serve 7½-years at hard labor with DOC on an amended charge of attempted possession of a firearm by a convicted felon (amended from a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon). Two and one-half years of the sentence was suspended and he was placed on 5 years active supervised probation and fined $1,500, plus all costs of Court. The fine and costs are to be paid in equal monthly installments over the first year of probation. He was also ordered to attend and complete a GED program during the pendency of probation. The sentence is to run consecutive to whatever he is currently serving.

William M. Jones was ordered to serve 5 years at hard labor with DOC on a charge of theft over $500 but less than $1,500. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on 5 years active supervised probation, fined $750, plus all costs of Court, and ordered to make restitution in the amount of $510. The fine, costs and restitution are to be paid over the first six months of probation.

Brittany G. Sands was ordered to serve 5 years at hard labor with DOC on a charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Three and one-half years of the sentence was suspended and the defendant was placed on 5 years active supervised probation, and ordered to pay all costs of Court over the first 6 months of probation. The defendant must also enroll, attend, and complete a GED program over the pendency of probation.

Allen J. Phelps was ordered to serve 30 days in the parish jail and pay a fine of $500 plus all costs of Court on a charge of possession of marijuana. A charge of obstruction of justice was dismissed by the State.

Rachel L. Winstead was ordered to serve 30 days in the parish jail and pay all costs of Court on a charge of criminal trespass. On a charge of theft of motor vehicle fuel under $500, the defendant was ordered to serve 6 months in the parish jail. The sentences are to run consecutive to each other, and the defendant was given credit for time served. Charges of simple criminal damage to property over $500 and simple burglary, 2 counts, were dismissed by the State.

 

 

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