Assault brings man 25-month sentence
IRONTON -- A Coal Grove, Ohio, man was sentenced Wednesday to 25 months in prison for assault on a peace officer and for violating community control sanctions, according to the office of Lawrence County Prosecutor Brigham Anderson.
Robert Kalmbach, 46, of the 300 block of Pike Street, Coal Grove, was sentenced in the case by Lawrence County Common Pleas Judge Charles "Chuck" Cooper. The two sentences will be served concurrently. Kalmbach also was given credit for five months already served.
In other cases Wednesday:
Jason Chapman, 30, of Township Road 111, Ironton, was sentenced to 15 months in prison by Judge D. Scott Bowling for violation of a protection order and for violating community control sanctions.
Brian Shaffer, 42, of Township Road 1212, Proctorville, was sentenced to 12 months in prison for grand theft.
Willie Abbott, 28, of Township Road 172, Proctorville, was sentenced to a year in prison for having weapons while under disability and trafficking in marijuana. Bowling also fined him $1,250.
Shane Lemley, 40, of County Road 775, Proctorville, was sentenced to seven months in prison for theft.
Yvette Littlejohn, 29, of Private Drive 302, South Point, was sentenced to seven months in prison for violating community control sanctions.
Dewey McGlone, 36, of County Road 47, Waterloo, was sentenced to six months in prison for violating community control sanctions.
Noah Lambert, 34, of the 7300 block of Jordan Drive, Ashland, was sentenced to six months in prison for escape after he walked away from a work detail.
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