The following have had their petitions for placement in a Community Transition Program denied. The reasons given include that their sentences were agreed to in a counseled plea agreement :
Virgil L. Gillmer, Jr. who was convicted of manufacturing meth, a B felony on May 6, 2010 and sentenced to 6 years, with 0 years suspended. The judge also noted that someone convicted of this crime should serve their entire sentence.
Mark A. Borcherdink was convicted of auto theft and forgery, both L6Fs and sentenced on April 5, 2016 to 2 years on each count to be served consecutively. Placement into a CTP represents a "substantial threat to the safety and well being of others" because of the nature of the crime.
Jessica A. Massie was convicted of maintaining a common nuisance, a D Felony, and sentenced on Aug. 13, 2015 to 3 years, with 34 months suspended. Figuring into the denial was the fact that before sentencing, a petition to revoke was filed, the last resulting in revocation of probation and suspended sentence.
Joshua Lee Walker was convicted of domestic battery, an L6F and sentenced in May 2016 to 18 months. He was convicted of domestic battery, an L6F and sentenced to 2 years, 1 year suspended.
Donald J. McCullough was convicted of auto theft, a D felony and setneced on June 15, 2015 to 180 days consecutive to a 10-year sentence he received in 2014 for dealing meth in Rush County.