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Four Sentenced, Three Plead Guilty in Knox County Common Pleas Court


By Timothy Perry


May 5, 2016 - 5:23 PM



MOUNT VERNON - Three people pleaded guilty to felony offenses and four were sentenced on Friday, April 29, in the Knox County Common Pleas Courtroom of Judge Otho Eyster.


Frank L. Lewis pleaded guilty to having weapons while under disability, a third degree felony. A sentencing date has not yet been set.


David W. Prosser pleaded guilty to two counts of receiving stolen property, both felonies in the fourth degree. Prosser waived a pre-sentence investigation and was sentenced immediately. He was sentenced to one twelve month prison term on each count, to be served concurrently. He was given 103 days jail time credit, along with future days while awaiting transportation to the appropriate institution.


Nicole L. Mitchell was sentenced to serve a three year term of community control supervision and was ordered to serve 90 days in the Knox County Jail with credit given for 9 days served. Mitchell pleaded guilty to one count of theft/and or grand theft, a fifth degree felony, on March 18.


Paul J. Darling was ordered to serve a three year term of community control supervision and was ordered to serve 90 days in the Knox County Jail with credit given for 4 days served. He is also ordered to submit to an out-patient drug/alcohol assessment, to submit to a term of drug/alcohol use monitoring, complete a mental health assessment, and obtain and maintain full-time employment. The court classified the Darling a tier-I sex offender. Darling had pleaded guilty to importuning at a hearing on March 11.


Michael R. Bird was sentenced in two cases:

Bird had pleaded guilty to one count of theft and/or grand theft, a fifth degree felony, at a hearing on March 11. Regarding that case, he was sentenced to serve a 3 year term of community control supervision, to serve 180 days in the Knox County Jail with credit given for 87 days served, to be served concurrently with a sentence imposed in a possession case. Bird was also ordered to submit to a term of drug/alcohol use monitoring, to submit to an out-patient drug/alcohol assessment, and to obtain and maintain full-time employment.

Bid had also pleaded guilty to one count of possession, a fifth degree felony, at a hearing on March 11. Regarding that case, Bird was ordered to serve 180 days in the Knox County Jail with credit given for 116 days served, to be served concurrently with the sentence imposed the theft case. He was also ordered to a mandatory operator's license suspension of 6 months, to submit to a term of drug and alcohol use monitoring, to submit to an out-patient drug/alcohol assessment, and obtain and maintain full-time employment.

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