Beaver enters plea
DAVID BEAVER appeared with his attorney, Roger Weese, in Tyler County Circuit Court on Tuesday. Beaver was charged in a two-count information filed by the prosecuting attorney with the felony offense of grand larceny and the misdemeanor offense of contributing to the delinquency of a child, both occurring last year in unrelated incidents.
It was alleged that Beaver had stolen jewelry belonging to Jennifer Lewis in October of 2011 valued in the amount of $1681.18. He was also alleged to have kept a juvenile female out all night after the prom in 2011 against the wishes of her mother and the mother’s directions. Beaver has been jailed since April after he failed to appear for a court date.
Beaver pleaded guilty to both offenses and was sentenced to not less than one nor more than ten years imprisonment for grand larceny, and six months jail for contributing. Those sentences were ordered to be served concurrently, and were suspended. Beaver will be placed on 3 years of supervised probation, and he is required to make restitution to Jennifer Lewis as a condition of probation.