Earlier this month, the Honorable C. Anthony Eaves of Division B of the 30th Judicial District Court imposed the following sentences on the following felony cases.

Earlier this month, the Honorable C. Anthony Eaves of Division B of the 30th Judicial District Court imposed the following sentences on the following felony cases.

• Cori MacAuther Alexander, 24, of Leesville, was sentenced to serve 10 years at hard labor with the Louisiana Department of Corrections for simple burglary and was also sentenced to serve 10 years at hard labor for a second charge of simple burglary. Additionally, he was sentenced to five year for theft of a motor vehicle. These sentences are to run consecutively to any and all other sentences and to run concurrent to each other.

• Samuel R. Cummings III, 42, of Leesville, was sentenced to serve five years at hard labor with the Louisiana Department of Corrections, with credit for time served, for possession of a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance.

• Chimichael Shatonio Jackson, 32, of Leesville, was sentenced to serve 20 years at hard labor with the Louisiana Department of Corrections for distribution of a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance. He was also sentenced to 20 more years at hard labor for a second count of the same offense. These sentences are to run concurrent to each other and all other sentences.

• Tarik Njoku, 18, of Leesville, was sentenced to serve five years at hard labor with the Louisiana Department of Corrections for possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I controlled dangerous substance. Four of the five years were suspended, and he was given credit for time served. When released Njoku will be on five years of supervised probation. He was also ordered to pay fine and court costs.

• Donnell Spearman, 46, of Evans, was sentenced to serve three years at hard labor with the Louisiana Department of Corrections for resisting an officer with force. Two of the three years were suspended and he was given credit for time served. Upon release, he will be on three years of supervised probation. Spearman was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, restitution and court costs. Additionally, Spearman was sentenced to serve six months in the Vernon Parish Jail for simple battery. He was given credit for time served for this sentence and ordered to pay restitution. These two sentences will run concurrently.

• Lupita Tejeda, 29, of Leesville, was sentenced to five years of supervised probation, subject to normal conditions of probation, along with special conditions regarding payment of fines and court costs for three counts of possession of a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance. Tejeda was also ordered to enroll in and successfully complete the 30th Judicial District Court Drug Program. All sentences are to be served concurrently.

• Joshua Terry, 35, of Kemp, Texas, was sentenced to serve six years at hard labor with the Louisiana Department of Corrections for unauthorized entry of a place of business. This sentence is to run concurrently with any and all other sentences.