Nut­tall sen­tenced to cus­tody

The Citizen-Record (Cumberland) - - LOCAL NEWS -

AMHERST – Two Parrs­boro-area men were sen­tenced last week in Supreme Court fol­low­ing guilty pleas to charges re­lat­ing to an in­ci­dent in­volv­ing firearms al­most a year ago.

Joshua Robin­son Nut­tall, 25, was sen­tenced to 90 days cus­tody for each count of pos­sess­ing a shot­gun dan­ger­ous to the pub­lic peace and point­ing a firearm at some­one dur­ing the com­mis­sion of an of­fence.

His two cus­to­dial sen­tences run con­cur­rently to the other, and he can serve the sen­tences in­ter­mit­tently. Be­gin­ning Jan. 7, he’s to re­port to the cor­rec­tional fa­cil­ity to serve his sen­tence from 8 p.m. Fri­days to 6 a.m. Mon­days.

When not in cus­tody and for 30 months fol­low­ing the ex­pi­ra­tion of the cus­to­dial term, Nut­tall will abide by a pro­ba­tion or­der.

He was given a $100 vic­tim fine sur­charge for each count, both payable by Feb. 28, 2011.

Nut­tall’s co-ac­cused, Ni­cholas Owen Phin­ney, had his sen­tence sus­pended for plead­ing guilty to one count each of pos­ses­sion of a shot­gun dan­ger­ous to the pub­lic, ut­ter­ing a threat to cause bod­ily harm and ut­ter­ing a threat to burn or dam­age prop­erty.

He was given a 30-month pro­ba­tion­ary sen­tence for each count, each con­cur­rent, with re­port­ing and con­di­tions.

He was also given a $100 vic­tim fine sur­charge for each of the three charges, payable by June 30, 2011.

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