STEUBENVILLE - Two drivers pleaded guilty to felonies Thursday before Jefferson County Common Pleas Judge David Henderson.
Charles Grew, 55, of Martins Ferry pleaded guilty to felony operating a vehicle under the influence. It is his second OVI felony.
Henderson sentenced Grew to one year in jail, with all but 60 days suspended. He will have work release from the county jail after the first seven days. Henderson issued a $1,350 fine, suspended Grew's driver's license for three years and ordered him to undergo drug and alcohol treatment.
Stephen Stock, 40, of 937 Broadway Blvd. pleaded guilty to failure to comply with the order of a police officer after fleeing from the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
An OSHP plane over state Route 7 clocked Stock driving 90 mph on April 23. A trooper flagged him to pull over at the Franklin Street exit. Stock slowed but fled down the ramp. He drove around Toronto, with the OSHP plane providing visual help for the trooper. Stock eventually parked the vehicle and fled on foot. Stock turned himself into the highway patrol the next day.
Henderson ordered a presentence investigation. Stock faces up to 18 months in prison.
Chad Hunt, 20, of 1910 Majestic Circle was placed on one year of probation by Henderson after pleading guilty to an amended indictment charging attempted possession of drugs, a misdemeanor.
Hunt was arrested and taken to the county jail, where drugs were found in his possession. He then was indicted on charges of illegal conveyance of drugs into a detention facility, which was dropped by the county prosecutor's office at the plea hearing.
Henderson issued a $200 fine against Hunt.