Mayfield Man Has Probation Revoked, Gets 54 Months
By West Kentucky Star Staff
MAYFIELD - A Mayfield man who broke into a woman's home last fall, rummaged through her refrigerator and fell asleep on her couch has been sentenced to more than four years behind bars.

The Graves County Sheriff's Office says deputies responded on Oct. 24 to a woman's home on KY 1241 on a report that 39-year-old Michael Sullivan had entered her home and was passed out on her sofa. She said Sullivan had went through her refrigerator and was passed out on her couch. She said she woke him up, and he fled before deputies arrived.

Deputies later found Sullivan at a home on Acorn Drive, and he was arrested. Deputies allegedly found methamphetamine in the bedroom where Sullivan was found, and drug paraphernalia items were found in other parts of the home.

Sullivan received a pretrial diversion in March of this year and was on probation. However, Sullivan violated the terms of the pretrial diversion and probation.

On Monday, Sullivan's pretrial diversion was set aside and his probation was revoked. He was sentenced to a total of four years and six months in jail on charges of possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, fleeing and evading and bail jumping.

Published 07:49 PM, Wednesday Jul. 10, 2019
Updated 09:22 PM, Thursday Jul. 11, 2019

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