Prison sentences delivered for Stallworth, Lingo, Pierce, and Maus
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[September 05, 2018]
the Office of the Logan County State's Attorney
Jaquanda Stallworth sentenced to 7 years prison for Unlawful
Possession of a Controlled Substance
On August 8, 2018, Associate Judge William Workman sentenced Jaquanda
Stallworth to 7 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections for
Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, a class 1 felony.
The case arises from a traffic stop that occurred on February 22, 2018
conducted by a Logan County Sheriff’s Deputy on Woodlawn Road in
Lincoln. Ms. Stallworth was a passenger in the vehicle. Upon being
searched, the Deputy located a clear package with a white substance. The
white substance field tested positive for cocaine and weighed
approximately 24.6 grams.
Larry Lingo sentenced to 7 years prison for Two Offenses
On August 28, 2018, Larry Lingo was sentenced pursuant to fully
negotiated plea agreement to 2 years in the Illinois Department of
Corrections for Theft, a class 4 felony, and 5 years in the Illinois
Department of Corrections for Unlawful Delivery of a Controlled
Substance, a class 3 felony. The two sentences run consecutive to one
another for a total of 7 years in prison.
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Aram Pierce sentenced to 4 years prison for Aggravated Domestic
On August 28, 2018, Aram Pierce was sentenced pursuant to fully
negotiated plea agreement to 4 years in the Illinois Department of
Corrections for Aggravated Battery, a class 2 felony. Mr. Pierce was
previously convicted of this offense and sentenced to probation. A
Petition to Revoke Probation was filed alleging violations of his
probation. Mr. Pierce admitted violating his probation and was
sentenced to prison. Unlike most class 2 felony offenses, Aggravated
Domestic Battery carries a term of mandatory supervised release
(formerly known as parole) of 4 years.
Debra Maus sentenced to 1 year prison for Retail Theft
On August 28, 2018, Debra Maus was sentenced pursuant to fully
negotiated plea agreement to 1 year in the Illinois Department of
Corrections for Retail Theft, a class 4 felony. The conviction stems
from a theft report taken at Dollar General in Lincoln that occurred
on October 29, 2017.
[Jonathan C. Wright
Logan County State’s Attorney]