MARION — Jermaine Ross, 22, of Carbondale, on Friday was sentenced to six years in prison after he pleaded guilty to a Class 2 felony charge of burglary, according to a Tuesday new release from Williamson County State's Attorney Brandon Zanotti.
The release states that on Sept. 4, 2017, Ross broke a window at the Marion Goofy Golf in Ray Fosse Park, and stole property. Police found Ross in possession of some of the stolen items, and his DNA matched blood found on the broken window.
A restitution hearing has been set for Dec. 19. Ross will serve two years of mandatory supervised release. The release states he has a prior burglary conviction.
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Two other people were sentenced Friday in Williamson County court in unrelated cases.
Randall Stanton, 41, of Christopher, was sentenced to three years in state prison on a Class 3 felony charge of forgery. Stanton used a forged check at Borowiak's IGA grocery store, according to the release. Stanton also was ordered to pay restitution to the store. Zanotti's release says Stanton has prior felony forgery convictions.
Justin Keith, 31, of New Burnside, will serve four years in state prison on a Class 2 felony theft charge. According to the release, Keith on March 18, 2016, entered the Black Diamond Harley-Davidson dealership and drove away on one of its motorcycles. Police later found Keith and the stolen bike. Keith has a prior burglary conviction, the release states. He'll serve two years of mandatory supervised release after his prison term.