A Hagerstown woman was given a sentence of time served after pleading guilty Monday in Washington County Circuit Court to a charge related to a December home invasion.
Sadie Beth Harvey, 24, of 1287 Ray St., pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and was sentenced to 18 months in jail with all suspended except for the 152 days she has been incarcerated since her arrest, court records show. Circuit Judge M. Kenneth Long Jr. also placed Harvey on supervised probation for 18 months, records show.
Charges including first-degree assault, first-degree burglary and reckless endangerment were dismissed as part of the plea agreement, according to court records.
Harvey and five males went to a residence in the 500 block of Chestnut Street on Dec. 20, 2011, the statement of probable cause said. While Harvey was outside, the five males forced their way inside, the document said.
Once inside, one of the males pointed a handgun at the head of a resident, Shelly Whipp, the charging document said. Two of the other males also were armed with handguns, according to the document.
A man who was in the residence, Kenneth Cavender, told police he pointed a rifle at the intruders and they fled, the charging document said.
Harvey had been sending threatening text messages and making phone calls to Cavender that day, according to the document. Harvey told investigators she had done so after Cavender “threatened to burn her house down with her kids inside,” the document said.
Also charged in the incident were Richard Glenn Arvin III, of 127 Ray St.; Jeremy Gundy of 128 Ray St.; Dimitric Douglas Winston, 18, of 325 Summit Ave.; and Elijah Rendell Herring, 20, address unavailable, court records show.
Circuit court records said the charges against Arvin were dismissed in April. The cases of Winston, Gundy and Herring have yet to be resolved, according to court records.