Judge sentences three
Three men were sentenced and probation was revoked for a fourth in Morgan County Circuit Court last week.
Judge Gina Groh sentenced Richard A. Vanorden, Jr. to 10 years in prison after he pled guilty to the robbery of a Berkeley Springs man last February. He was given 155 days credit for time served while awaiting trial.
Vanorden, 34, must also pay $80 restitution for the theft of the man’s wallet.
Jason N. Ennis, 27, of Martinsburg was given a suspended sentence of a year in jail and was instead placed on 12 months of home confinement for grand larceny of money and jewelry in June, 2010. He was given credit for 116 days in jail while awaiting trial.
Judge Groh set a hearing for February 6 to determine what restitution Ennis must pay.
Earl D. Wilk, Jr., 28, of Bower Avenue, Hagerstown, was given a suspended sentence of one-to-five years in prison after pleading guilty to failure to appear in court.
The original charge against Wilk, charging him with obtaining money under false pretenses, was dismissed.
Judge Groh revoked probation for Timothy C. Keller, 22, of Oakridge Lane, Berkeley Springs. Keller must now serve his original one-to-five years in prison for possession with intent to deliver marijuana.