OREGON COUNTY -- Alton resident Leavy Moore was in Oregon County Court last week where he pleaded guilty to three felony counts of burglary and stealing.
Sheriff Tim Ward said Moore, 41, was then transferred to a Missouri correction facility where he will serve a five-year sentence.
The charges stem from several Alton residential burglaries in which items stolen including guns, fence posts and rolls of barbed wire.
Two Thayer residents were arrested after a search warrant was served on their home Jan. 15.
Charged with felony manufacture of methamphetamine in the house with a child present, a class A felony, and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, a class D felony, were Bevon Poulette, 25, and Crystal Bowers, 20, both of Rural Route 3. The pair turned themselves into the sheriff after warrants were issued for their arrests.
They are both being held in Oregon County jail with bonds set at $50,000 each.
In other Oregon County Court activity, Tommy R. McIntosh, 31, of Mammoth Spring pleaded guilty in Oregon County court to felony resisting arrest and fleeing from an officer.
The officer involved was Trooper Mike Hargus of the Missouri Highway Patrol. McIntosh received two years probation on the charge.
Raymond G. Bradshaw, 40, of Winona, was sentenced to serve 25 days in Oregon County jail for failure to pay $585 in for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia as well as driving with a revoked driver's license.