BLACKSHEAR — Several people pleaded guilty Wednesday in Pierce County Superior Court and were sentenced for their crimes, said Pierce County Sheriff Ramsey Bennett.
Charles Rufus Thomley pleaded guilty to burglary and was sentenced to 15 years, three years to serve behind bars and the remainder to be served on probation, said Bennett.
Larry Head pleaded guilty to burglary and was sentenced to 20 years with eight to serve in prison and the remainder on probation, said Bennett.
Clark Mitchell Bennett pleaded guilty to possession of meth. He was sentenced to three years probation with six months to be served in the probation detention center, said Bennett.
Willie James Thomas entered a plea of guilty to a theft charge. Bennett said he was sentenced to 10 years with three to be served in prison and the remainder on probation.
Cameron Sharp pleaded guilty to violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act and was sentenced to five years in prison, Bennett said.
Fabion Rosales pleaded guilty to violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act and was sentenced to three years in prison, Bennett said.
Darren Flowers pleaded guilty to violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act and was sentenced to three years probation, Bennett said.
Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Kight presided over the hearings for the beginning of the regular term of spring court. Jury trials will begin next week, Bennett said.
“As soon as all the paper work has been completed, these folks who have been sentenced will be moved from the county jail to state prison,” said Bennett.