Sterling E. Burton, 36, most recently of 113 Woodland St., Willard, pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated possession of carfentanil.
Burton then was fined $250 and ordered to reimburse the Willard Police Department $80 for drug testing. Also as part of his three years of probation, he has 90 days of jail time hanging over his head, which his probation officer can impose — in whole or part — without a hearing.
In a separate hearing Tuesday, Tyler J. Catania, 29, most recently of 104 N. Main St., New London, pleaded guilty to aggravated possession of drugs. As part of a plea deal, prosecutors dismissed one count each of possession of drugs, aggravated possession of drugs and possessing drug abuse instruments.
In addition to a $280 reimbursement, Catania was given a 90-day discretionary jail sentence as part of his three years of probation.
And in other hearings:
• Charles Alt Jr., 38, most recently of 49 Fruen St., was ordered Wednesday to pay almost $457 in restitution and fined $250 for theft. Also as part of this three years of probation, he must complete the Teen Challenge program, an intense, year-long program for people of all ages to address various addictions. During an earlier plea deal, prosecutors dismissed one count of receiving stolen property.
• Austin M. Burton, 19, most recently of 414 S. Myrtle Ave., Willard, was fined $500 Thursday and must pay $500 in restitution for robbery and theft. During his three years of probation, he has a 90-day discretionary jail sentence hanging over his head.
• Della S. Cunningham, 51, most recently of 99 Linwood Ave., was ordered Wednesday to complete the Teen Challenge program for aggravated possession of methamphetamine.
• Pamela J. Derby, 62, most recently of 3 S. Garfield St., was fined $5,250 — with $5,000 of it waived — Wednesday. Her convictions were one count each of permitting drug abuse and illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs. Derby faces a 90-day discretionary jail sentence during her three years of probation. As part of an earlier plea deal, prosecutors dismissed one count of illegal manufacture of drugs.
• Joshua Kleinhenz, 19, formerly of New London, was reclassified from a Tier I to a Tier III sex offender Wednesday. In early October, he received a three-year prison sentence for one count each of unlawful sexual contact with a minor and failure to register.
• Chandler Newsome, 22, most recently of 14 Washington Ave., Willard, was placed on house arrest with electronic monitoring Wednesday for an undisclosed probation violation. He also faces a 90-day discretionary jail sentence during his three years of probation.
• Chad Stefaniak, 37, most recently of 1121 Clayberg Road, Lot 31, Greenwich, was fined $250 Thursday for aggravated possession of methamphetamine. During his three years of probation, he must reimburse the New London Police Department $80 for drug testing and has a 90-day discretionary jail sentence hanging over his head.