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Home detention terms given two defendants in superior court

July 30, 2013

    Renee A. Bombka, 51, Decatur, recently pleaded guilty in Adams Circuit Court to possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia.
    She was sentenced by Judge Chad E. Kukelhan to two years in prison, with all but 180 days suspended, to be served on home detention.
    She was also given two years of probation, ordered to complete substance abuse counseling, and pay $863 in court costs and fees.
    Starr T. Carter, 21, Monroeville, pleaded guilty to forgery, possession of marijuana, and corrupt business influence.
    She was sentenced to four years in prison, all but 180 days suspended, to be served on home detention. Carter was also given four years of probation and ordered to pay $2,415.24 in court costs, fees, and restitution.

Sent to prison
    Dustin Harris, 24, Pennville, recently pleaded guilty in Adams Superior Court to violating probation and home detention by smoking marijuana.
    He was sentenced by Judge Patrick R. Miller to 500 days in prison and 500 days on home detention, to be served consecutively.
    His probation was terminated.

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