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Several Actions Taken in Marion County Court

By Bruce Kropp, WJBD News

A 28-year-old Alma woman has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after her probation was earlier revoked for unauthorized possession of a prescription form.  April Bardle admitted in the PTR that she failed to report to the probation office when ordered to do so, didn't abstain from drugs, and didn't undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.   Bardle will have to serve one year of mandatory supervised release when getting out of prison.

A 27-year-old Salem man has pleaded guilty to a petition to revoke his probation for unlawful delivery of 10 to 30 grams of cannabis.  David Huffine Senior of East Church was sentenced to 30 days in jail, two years probation, and ordered to pay fines and fees earlier set.  Huffine had his probation revoked based on the filing of a new charge of theft of utility services.  The new charge of taking a phone from Treesa Bass was dropped as part of the plea.

36-year-old Zachary Hiltibidal of Hester Street in Centralia has pleaded guilty to theft.   He was placed on two years probation and sentenced to 24 days in jail with credit for time served.  Hiltibidal was also ordered to have no contact with Dawn Vitale.  He admitted to stealing her phone.  

A 47-year-old Mokena man who failed to show up to begin serving a prison term in 2007 has now been ordered to beginning serving the time immediately.  Herbert Placek had been ordered to serve the prison time after being convicted of felony driving on a revoked license.  He was arrested in Cook County on the outstanding escape warrant and returned to Marion County.  Placek will not face any new charges for failing to show up.  

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