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Local man sent to prison for theft, forgery

The office of District Attorney Greg Newman announces the following case dispositions from the recent Superior Court administrative term in Henderson County, June 24th – June 25th, 2019:

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 Michael R. Middleton, of 175 Ledbetter Drive, Hendersonville, pled guilty to Breaking and/or Entering, Larceny after Break/Enter, and eight counts of Uttering Forged Instrument.  Middleton was sentenced to 21 months in prison and $200 in restitution.

Dennis L. Parris, of 108 Mintz Road, East Flat Rock, pled guilty to Felony Larceny and Possession of Stolen Goods.  Parris was sentenced to 107 days confinement, a suspended sentence of 46 months in prison, 24 months supervised probation, $1,055 in restitution, and $200 fine.

 Collins L. Gibbs, of 714 Goldfinch Drive, Hendersonville, pled guilty to Assault by Strangulation, Assault on a Female, Communicating Threats, and Crimes against Nature.  Gibbs was sentenced to 100 days confinement, a suspended sentence of 21 months in prison, 24 months supervised probation, and $100 fine.

Kevin L. Morris, of 28 McKinney Meadows Court, Etowah, pled guilty to Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance and Possession of Marijuana.  Morris was sentenced to 45 days confinement.

The Honorable Judge Peter Knight presided.