Another one of the three suspects accused of damaging dozens of tombstones at Pembroke's Rosedale Cemetery in February accepted a plea deal in Christian Circuit Court Wednesday morning.
Twenty-one year old James Russell was sentenced to concurrent five year sentences for each grave he violated, two years for one count of theft by unlawful taking and one year for criminal mischief.
Russell was released from the Christian County Jail and could be probated at formal sentencing in December. Commonwealth's Attorney Lynn Pryor says his deal is the same as the one 19-year old Philip Walker accepted and 19-year old George Hill has been offered.
Judge Atkins granted the plea agreement, but under the condition Russell stays at home or with his father at all times.
Judge Atkins warned Russell those terms will be enforced, as Walker is already back in the Christian County Jail on a $20,000 bond after being served with a bench warrant Saturday.