Vaughn Brock, 48, of Rowdy, was originally indicted in the four cases in February and March of 2008 on several charges of felony and misdemeanor theft by deception.
According to court records, Brock was accused of writing various checks on a closed account to pay for services at several different businesses in Perry County. Amounts of the checks varied from $144.68 to $1417.28. Including all four cases, he was charged with five counts of felony theft by deception and four counts of misdemeanor theft by deception.
In the first and fourth cases, Brock pleaded guilty to one count of theft by deception over $300, a class D felony, and one count of theft by deception under $300, a class A misdemeanor. In the second and third cases, he pleaded guilty to one count of theft by deception over $300. All of the sentences are to run concurrently, or at the same time, with each other.
In accordance with the plea agreement announced Thursday, Brock will serve a total of one year incarceration and two years of supervised probation. Terms of the probation include weekly drug testing during the first year, Narcotics Anonymous meetings, and restitution payments, the amount of which will be determined during sentencing.
Circuit Judge Bill Engle set a sentencing date for Thursday, August 27 where he will announce whether or not he has accepted the agreement.