The second of two Indiana men convicted in a string of car thefts and drug manufacture in Williams County was sentenced last week in Williams County Common Pleas Court.
The Bryan Times reports that 24 year old Timothy L. Dull of Hamilton, Ind., was sentenced to a total of nine years, 10 months in prison after he plead guilty in October to charges including first-degree felony assault; third-degree felony failure to comply with order or signal of police officer; fourth-degree felony vandalism, grand theft of a motor vehicle, two counts of complicity to grand theft of a motor vehicle and two counts of receiving stolen property.
Dull and his partner, 22 year old Christopher Ervin of Butler, Ind., were arrested following a chase back in July in which Dull led police from Steuben County, Ind., into Williams County, ramming a pair of police cruisers.
Ervin was sentenced in October to four years and five months behind bars for his part in the crimes.
The drug charges stem from deputies’ discovery of a meth lab the men were operating in Williams County.
In addition to jail time, Dull was ordered to pay $1,241.76 total restitution, plus court costs.