FARMINGTON — A Farmington man was sentenced to three years for burning a teenager with a hot light bulb.
Circuit Court Judge Kenneth W. Pratte recently sentenced 47-year-old David S. Lilley to three years in prison after Lilley pleaded guilty to abuse of a child.
The sentence will run concurrent to any other cases he is serving. He is currently in prison for violating the probation he received for failure to pay child support.
According to court records, Lilley inflicted cruel and inhuman punishment on a teenager by burning the teenager with a hot light bulb. The teenager reported other abuse by Lilley.
In other cases, Jesse McCallum, 26, of Farmington, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for violating the probation he received for four counts of sale of a controlled substance.
According to court records, he sold marijuana and cocaine to a confidential informant in 2004.
Gerald Dennis Roark, 40, of Bismarck, was sentenced to five years in prison for violating the probation he received for stealing. The judge will release him on a new term of probation after he completes a 120-day shock incarceration program.
Curtis Hicks, 22, a Farmington Correctional Center inmate, was sentenced to four years in prison for delivery or concealment of marijuana in prison.
Valerie Swyers, 23, of Farmington, was sentenced to seven years in prison for violating the probation she received for possession of marijuana.