Three Sentenced after Being Found Guilty of Committing Felonies, Warrant Issued
August 21, 2015 - 3:57 PM
MOUNT VERNON – Knox County Common
Pleas Judge Otho Eyster sentenced three felony defendants Friday. According to
Prosecutor McConville a warrant was also issued today for Derek Weber. Weber is
wanted for Receiving Stolen Property and Forgery. A $15,000 bond has been
K. Hutton, 34, of Mount Vernon, was resentenced for Theft and Forgery, fifth
degree felonies from a case in 2011, and sentenced on a Bill of Information for
Theft, a fifth degree felony. Hutton was sentenced to 11 months on each count,
to be served concurrently. He was also ordered to pay restitution to the victim
in the recent theft charge. This case was investigated by Ptl. Aaron Collins of
the Mount Vernon Police Department.
Burson, 27, of Mount Vernon, was revoked from the Intervention in Lieu of
Conviction program on two charges of Complicity to Burglary, second degree
felonies. Burson violated his ILC by admitting to
the use of heroin and methamphetamine as well as associating with individuals
who have known criminal backgrounds. He was sentenced to one year in in the
Knox Count Jail with 203 days of credit for time served.Burson will be terminated unsuccessfully from
community control at the end of his jail sentence, meaning he will face a
prison term for any subsequent felony convictions. This case was investigated
by Ptl. Doug Turpen of the Fredericktown Police Department.
Zimelis, 33, of Mount Vernon, was sentenced for Receiving Stolen Property, a
felony of the fifth degree, and resentenced on two previous cases where
community control was imposed. Zimelis
was sentenced to 11 months in prison on each case, with the sentences to run concurrently.
He was also ordered to pay court costs. This case was investigated by Cpl. Rex
Young of the Mount Vernon Police Department.
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