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A man charged in February with manufacturing methamphetamine and last year with a felony theft pleaded guilty to both crimes Tuesday in an agreement that will render him a 15-year prison sentence.
The maximum five-year sentence for Jerramia Wilkerson on the 2008 theft charge was rendered because of the defendant's failure to appear in court for an appearance, Hardin Circuit Court Judge Kelly Mark Easton said.
Wilkerson received 10 years on the charge of manufacturing meth, which is the minimal end of the range for a Class C felony. The prison stints will run consecutively.
Easton said the plea deal was “appropriate.”