A Centerville man facing 17 criminal counts in seven different felony, aggravated and serious misdemeanor cases in two southeast Iowa counties entered a guilty plea to three of the counts and was sentenced to state prison. The other 14 counts were dismissed by the court.
Trevor David White, 28, was sentenced April 23 in Appanoose County to five years in state prison, fine, suspended and given credit for any time served by Judge Daniel P. Wilson for the charge of failure to appear, a class D felony. The offense date for this count was Nov. 30, 2012. White entered a voluntary, negotiated guilty plea to the charge on Jan. 2, 2013.
Following sentencing, White was transported to Wapello County for sentencing in two pending criminal cases.
White was sentenced April 25 in Wapello County by Judge Kirk A. Daily to five years in state prison, suspended fine and credit for any time served on the charge of possession of methamphetamine, a serious misdemeanor. The offense date for this charge was Feb. 9, 2012.
Judge Daily April 25 in Wapello County sentenced White to 365 days in jail, 361 days suspended, credit for four days served and a fine for the charge of possession of marijuana, third or subsequent offense, an aggravated misdemeanor. The offense date for this charge was Feb. 11, 2012.
White entered voluntary, negotiated guilty pleas to both Wapello County charges.
The total time White will serve is five years, as the court ordered the sentences in both Wapello County cases and the Appanoose County case to run concurrently.
The criminal complaint filed Aug. 14, 2012 by the Appanoose County Sheriff's office states White on June 27, 2012 at 3:46 a.m. at 830 N. 18th St. in Centerville assaulted his wife, Amanda White, by "impeding the normal breathing or circulation of the blood of another by applying pressure to the throat or neck of the other person" and confined her against her will.