Sentences for Grand Larceny, Drug Distribution….

Grand Larceny and Drug Distribution charges were among the cases disposed of yesterday in a fourth day of accepting guilty pleas. Judge Frank Addy Jr. of Greenwood presided over the proceedings in Laurens County General Sessions Court.

40-year-old Quinton Glenn Eaton of Cowens Bridge Road, Gray Court pled to Possession of Firearm or Ammunition by a Person Convicted of a Violent Felony and to a Grand Larceny charge involving a theft valued in excess of $10,000. Judge Gaddy sentenced Mr. Eaton to eight years on the Grand Larceny case and to five years on the Firearms charge. The sentences will be served concurrently, and Quinton Eaton was given credit for 529 days already spent in jail.

30-year-old Khalid Robert L. Westmoreland Sr. of Sullivan Road, Fountain Inn pled Guilty to Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute. He was sentenced to five years, but that was suspended to five years on Probation. Probation can be terminated after three years if there are no issues at that time. Charges dismissed for Mr. Westmoreland included Distribution of Meth, two counts of Unlawful Neglect of a Child, Possession of fifteen dosage units of MDMA (Ecstasy) and 3rd offense Trafficking in Ice, Crank or Crack.

27-year-old Brittney Paige Williams of Octavia Drive, Spartanburg pled to Grand Larceny valued from $2,000 to $10,000. She was sentence to time served, having spent 302 days in jail.

38-year-old William Scott Hampton of Washington Street, Greenville pled guilty to Use of a Vehicle without Permission with Intent to Deprive the owner. He was sentenced to nine months, with credit for 37 days already spent in jail.

Two people pled to Possession of Less than One gram of Meth or Cocaine Base yesterday. 24-year-old Georgia Gail Branham of Freebird Lne, Easley was sentence to 14 days, time served and is to pay court costs at $50 a month starting October 1st. A Drug Possession with Intent to Distribute charge was dismissed.

29-year-old James Tyler Harris of Church Street, Laurens was sentenced to three years, suspended to 278 days, time served, two years on probation and to participate in four litter pick-ups. Charges dismissed on Mr. Harris were a drug Possession with Intent to Distribute within Proximity of a School or Park and two other Controlled Substance Possessions.