Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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December 3, 2013

Crime spree nets guilty plea; judge to decide sentence

CROSSVILLE — A man who racked up four charges over a two-week period pleaded guilty in Cumberland County Criminal Court and is waiting to stand before a judge to learn what his fate will be.

Robert Daniel Killeen, 28, was facing two counts of aggravated burglary, theft of more than $10,000 and vandalism of more than $500, stemming from incidents that occurred June 6 and June 21.

Both incidents took place at the same residence in the 100 block of Renwick Dr.

Killeen pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary, theft of more than $10,000 and attempted aggravated burglary and received three three-year sentences, with two to run concurrent and one consecutive for a total of six years.

Killeen entered his plea before Judge Leon Burns and will appear before the judge on Jan. 29 for sentencing. He could be ordered to serve the entire sentence, be given a split sentence of time to serve followed by supervised probation, or he could be granted probation.

Restitution in the cases is to be determined before he appears in court and Killeen is to attend Drug Court in Putnam County while he waits on sentencing.

In other cases on the docket, the following took place:

Community corrections

•Steve Charles, revocation hearing continued to Dec. 9.

•Thomas N. Denney, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued.

•Levi Adam Miller, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to report to jail Dec. 13 to serve balance of his sentence.

Probation violation

•Travis Leo Howard, Matthew Edwards appointed to represent Howard; revocation hearing continued.

•Kevin Shane Price, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent Price; revocation hearing continued.

•Johnny Ray Davis, Ivy Gardner appointed to represent Davis; revocation hearing continued to Dec. 9.

•Johnathon Chris Turner, Randal Boston appointed to represent Turner; revocation hearing continued.

•Billy Ray Conley, probation revoked; ordered to serve 15 days in jail and probation extended for six months.

•Anthony J. Corson, split confinement ordered for one year and then to be placed back on probation.

•Donathan James David, probation revocation hearing continued to Jan. 29.

•Timothy D. Eldridge, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to serve 45 days in jail on weekends and then to be released under house arrest of community corrections.

•Matthew L. Grant, bond set at $1,000; revocation hearing continued to Dec. 9.

•Ronald William Ripley, probation revoked because of violations; ordered to serve 120 days in jail and then to be released under house arrest of community corrections.

•Stephen Walter Sherrill, had probation revoked because of violations and was ordered to serve balance of his sentence.

•Adam B. Smith, probation revocation hearing continued.

•Nathaniel Aaron Showden, probation revocation hearing continued.

•Brandi Rene Stokes, Public Defender's Office appointed to represent the defendant; revocation hearing continued.

•Janie Ann Stokes, probation revocation hearing continued.

•Jennifer Lynn Swanson, Jim Williams appointed to represent Swanson; revocation hearing continued.

•Ashley Nicole Vanlandingham, probation revocation hearing continued.

•Dana June Forpahl, probation violation, Jeff Vires appointed to represent Forpahl; revocation hearing continued to Dec. 9.

•Donnie Lynn Rector, probation revocation hearing continued to Dec. 9.

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