Jennifer Lynn Jones, 43, of Appomattox, received a six-month sentence July 16 on four felony probation violations.

According to Appomattox County Commonwealth’s Attorney Les Fleet, Jones was convicted of shoplifting in Prince Edward County, which resulted in the probation violations in Appomattox County.

Court records show that Jones pleaded guilty to larceny, third or subsequent conviction, on Feb. 19 in Prince Edward County Circuit Court and was sentenced to serve nine months.

On April 4, 2017, Jones was convicted in Appomattox County Circuit Court on two grand larceny charges, credit card fraud and illegally obtaining a credit card number.

Appomattox County Circuit Court Judge Andy Nelson revoked nine years and three months of a previously suspended sentence and resuspended all but the six months Jones is to serve separately from the nine months handed down in Prince Edward County.

Jones must also abide by 10 years good behavior and two years supervised probation.

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