A Winchester man appearing on a bench warrant in Hillsboro Municipal Court on Wednesday was sentenced to 60 days in jail.
According to court records, Joshua Dilley, 32, pled no contest to second-degree misdemeanor possession of drug abuse instruments in February. He was found guilty, and all but 30 days of a 90-day jail sentence were suspended.
Dilley was placed on reporting probation and ordered to obtain counseling at FRS. His license was suspended for one year.
According to records, he was furloughed on Feb. 17 and ordered to return to court in April. At that time, he failed to appear and a warrant was issued for his arrest, records showed.
Dilley appeared on that warrant in June and the remaining 19 days on his sentence were imposed, according to records.
Records added that he pled no contest to a new charge of second-degree misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. He was found guilty, and a 90-day jail sentence was suspended
In addition, Dilley was found guilty of a probation violation on his prior case. The previously suspended 60 days in jail were scheduled for this past Monday.
According to records, Dilley failed to show up to court. He appeared on that warrant Wednesday, and the 60-day jail sentence was imposed.
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