CORBIN — By LeeAnn Cain / Staff Writer
Jonathon Brumagen, 22, was sentenced by Judge Gregory Lay to serve two years in prison for a charge of first-degree robbery, which is to run concurrent with a one-year sentence for first-degree bail jumping. The sentence was handed down as part of a plea agreement that calls for the dismissal of a charge of fourth-degree assault.
Brumagen was arrested in September 2012 after he failed to leave a home when asked, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root. Deputies William Bo Harris and John Inman responded to the complaint.
When told about earlier charges against him, Root said Brumagen became “belligerent,” so he was charged with disorderly conduct and menacing, as well as for bench warrants for theft by unlawful taking and second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.