4/15/2013 9:45:00 AM Plea deals result in several sentences
Phillip Ray McGuire, 36, has pled guilty to dealing methamphetamine, a B felony, and sentenced to 6 years at the DOC to be served as 1 year executed with credit for 119 actual days in jail and five years suspended, provided he complies with all conditions of probation for 60 months. He must also seek treatment at Maverick Addiction Services. Brandy R. McGuire, 29, has pled guilty to unlawful possession of meth and sentenced to 18 months at the DOC with credit for 58 actual days served in the local jail with the balance suspended and probation for 12 months. As a condition of probation, she was ordered to get help at Maverick. Corey R. Story, 29, has pled guilty to unlawful possession of meth and sentenced to the DOC for 2 years with credit for 368 days in the local jail. Brandy N. Brimmer, 36, has pled guilty to disorderly conduct, a B misdemeanor and sentenced to 90 days in the local jail with credit for 3 actual days and the balance suspended. She was originally charged with a D felony. Shawn T. Parker's sentence has been modified and he is to be released from the DOC immediately and placed on probation for the remainder of his sentence as of March 19. Parker was sentenced on 2 felony cases involving nonsupport of dependent children. James Robert Hilderbrand, 33, originally charged with a felony, has pled guilty to criminal conversion, an A misdemeanor and is sentenced to 1 year in the JC Jail, with credit for 3 actual days, with the balance suspended provided compliance with all terms of probation for 12 months. Yvette M. Jackson, 44, originally charged with a felony, has pled guilty to operating while intoxicated, an A misdemeanor and is sentenced to 1 year in the JC Jail, with credit for 3 days, with the balance suspended provided compliance with all terms of probation for 12 months; however, she has admitted to violating her probation and part of her suspended sentence is revoked. She is to serve 30 days in jail. James A. Sons has had his sentence reduced from 9 months to 6 months executed. Sons was originally convicted of D felony for possession of a controlled substance, a D felony, and given a suspended sentence. His probation was revoked in February.