Here are sentences reported recently in Pike County Circuit Court:

• Antonio Robinson, 43, 1060 Robinson Road, McComb, pleaded guilty to aggravated domestic violence for cutting Jo Ann Russell with a knife July 1, 2014, and undertaking employment at a child care center by a sex offender for trying to get a job at Wee Care Academy on Feb. 25, 2016. Judge Mike Taylor sentenced him to 20 years, 15 suspended, fined $10,000, restitution and court costs.

• Randall Humphries, 46, 1010 Lucky Leaf Lane, Summit, pleaded guilty to burglary of a building and conspiracy for a break-in at Thomas Van Norman’s building in July 2016. He was sentenced to five years, four suspended, drug treatment, fined $3,000, restitution and court costs.

• Paula Shermese Horton, 34, 304 Maddock St., Apt. A-2-4, McComb, pleaded guilty to two counts sale of hydrocodone. She was sentenced to eight years, six suspended, fined $5,000, restitution and court costs.

• George Brumfield, 61, Osyka, pleaded guilty to grand larceny for the theft of metal items such as axles, rims and tire hubs from Wesley’s Jeep Parts between June 3 and Oct. 18, 2013. He was sentenced to 10 years, suspended after a year of house arrest, fined $1,000, restitution and court costs.

• Norris Wayne Dillon Jr., 37, 4488 Spears Road, Liberty, pleaded guilty to failure to support minor children. He was sentenced to five years, suspended, fined $250, restitution and court costs.

• Patti Jo Goudeau, 36, Hattiesburg, pleaded guilty to failure to support minor children. She was sentenced to five years, suspended, fined $250, court costs and restitution.

• Sean Waits, 24, 3175 Union Church Road, Magnolia, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of trespass after being indicted for burglary of a dwelling and conspiracy for a March 21, 2016, incident at the home of Joyce and Charles Fair. He was sentenced to two years probation and fined $250 and court costs.

• Jerome Duplessis, 73, 301 Virginia Ave., McComb, pleaded guilty to felonious bad check. He was sentenced to three years, suspended, fined $250, restitution and court costs.

• Roland J. Leblanc, 35, McComb, pleaded guilty to felonious bad check. He was sentenced to three years, suspended, fined $250, restitution and court costs.

• The case of Thomas Wayne Brister, 45, 1036 River Ridge Road, McComb, was remanded to the file. He had been indicted for failure to support minor children.

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