A Centerville man accused in Appanoose County of a class B, C and D felony was sentenced to probation.
Nathan Leroy Vanderecken, 25, was accused by Appanoose County Attorney Richard Scott with possession with intent to distribute Vyvanse to a person under the age of 18, a class B felony, third degree burglary, a class D felony and possession with intent to distribute Lisdexamfetamine, a class C felony.
Vanderecken was sentenced by Judge Daniel P. Wilson on July 16 to five years in state prison, suspended, to three years probation with the Department of Correctional Services for the third degree burglary charge and 10 years in state prison, suspended, to three years probation with the DOC for the delivery of Lisdexamfetamine charge.
The judge ordered the two sentences to run concurrently to each other, or, in other words, to run at the same time.
Special probation conditions include participation in all treatments, programs and evaluations, abstention from the use of alcohol and all non-prescription controlled substances and banishment from establishments whose primary business is alcohol.
The charge of possess with intent to distribute Vyvanse was dismissed.
The criminal complaint affidavit filed Nov. 13, 2012 by the Appanoose County Sheriff’s department alleges Vanderecken in November 2012 sold Vyvanse to a 15 year old male in the 1700 block of South 19th Street. It also alleges he admitted to being present during a November 2012 burglary in the 600 block of Clark Street in Mystic.
Vanderecken owes $1,852.50.
Vyvanse and Lisdexamfetamine are used to help control Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder symptoms.