A Greenfield man was sentenced to 26 days in jail following a probation violation hearing Tuesday in the Hillsboro Municipal Court.
The Times-Gazette previously reported that Richard Wilson, 29, pled guilty to second-degree misdemeanor possession of drug abuse instruments in August.
At that time, all but 30 days of a 90-day jail sentence were suspended. Wilson could be furloughed that Friday. He was ordered to return to court in September. He was also ordered to obtain counseling, observe a curfew, and report to the probation department.
According to records, the probation department filed an affidavit with the court on Aug. 24. The following day, a warrant was issued for Wilson’s arrest for failure to comply.
He appeared on that warrant the following month. Wilson’s bond was set $2,500, or $250 in cash, records show. A probation violation hearing was also scheduled. During that hearing, held on Tuesday, the remaining time on Wilson’s August sentence was imposed. He was sentenced to 26 days in jail. A review of his probation is set for December.
Also on Tuesday, a $2,000 bond was set for Taylor Anderson, 19, Hillsboro. He is charged with first-degree misdemeanor trespassing and second-degree misdemeanor attempting to commit a theft, records show.
Pretrials for his cases are set for next month. If Anderson posts his bond, he must stay away from reportedly involved parties and observe a curfew.
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