Man gets home detention for breaking neighbor's car windows
URBANA — An Urbana man who admitted breaking his neighbor's car windows has been sentenced to a year in the county jail.
Adam Heath, 34, who listed an address in the 1600 block of Bermuda Drive, has been approved to serve the sentence on electronic home detention.
Heath pleaded guilty before Judge Harry Clem to misdemeanor criminal damage to property, admitting that on Sept. 6, he broke the car windows of a neighbor on Greenridge Drive with whom he had an ongoing dispute.
He was also ordered to pay $601 in restitution. Another criminal case, alleging that Heath falsely reported in February that the neigbhor was responsible for a cut Heath received, was dismissed.
Assistant State's Attorney Scott Larson said Heath had prior convictions for driving under revocation, driving under the influence, reckless driving, fleeing and eluding and unlawful use of weapons.
Clem agreed that Heath may start his home detention on July 22.