WAYNESBURG – A Carmichaels man who violated the terms of his probation for a burglary conviction three years ago was resentenced again Wednesday by Greene County President Judge Farley Toothman to 30 to 84 months in prison.
Cody Andrew Gilblom, 25, pleaded guilty before Toothman in December 2014 to three counts each of burglary, theft, receiving stolen property, criminal trespass and criminal mischief; and one count of persons not to possess a firearm.
He was sentenced then to two years in the state intermediate punishment program, which included seven months in prison with institutional and then community-based drug and alcohol treatment; and a consecutive sentence of seven years of probation.
After finding Gilblom violated terms of his sentence, Toothman resentenced Gilblom Wednesday to 30 to 84 months, granting him credit for the 283 days already served in prison.
In his sentencing order, Toothman said he was sentencing Gilblom in the mitigating range of sentences.
He explained Gilblom expressed “regret and apology” in his testimony, had experienced the recent death of his fiancée and the mother of his only child and has a continuing commitment to seek treatment for his drug addiction.
Toothman also noted Gilblom is employable and he said Gilblom has an obligation to support his child and to pay restitution. As part of his sentence, Gilblom was fined $750 and ordered to pay restitution totaling $7,103.