Danny Minigh was sentenced yesterday in Calhoun Circuit Court related to his role in the manufacturing of meth. Minigh was arrested in connection with a meth lab on Hog Knob Hill.

Judge Thomas Evans III sentenced Minigh 1-5 years in the state penitentiary, which will run consecutive to other sentences, which essentially means Minigh will be incarcerated 4-20 years.

Ernest Hall accepted a plea related to sexual assault charges, and will spend 3-15 years in the state penitentiary.

Hall appeared in court in a wheelchair, his attorney Steve Mancini saying he suffered two aneurysms while in jail, creating medical problems.

During the court session yesterday, psychologist Dr. Fred Krieg evaluated Hall regarding his capacity to stand trial. Krieg told Judge Evans he was mentally competent.

William Bohn, whose probation had been revoked, was sentenced 1-10 years, with credit for time served.

The court revoked the probation of Steven Beecher after he violated the terms of his agreement.

Yesterday, the court sentenced Beecher to five consecutive weekends in Central Regional Jail and reinstated his probationary agreement.

A hearing to establish a trial date for former Calhoun Chief Deputy Ron Bandy was postponed because the special prosecutor was on vacation.