Jeremy K. Lemmer plead guilty to six felony counts and two misdemeanor charges last Tuesday that resulted from a string of thefts and burglaries in Montgomery, Garland and Pike counties.
Lemmer, age 37, along with Jacqueline Mullen, had been arrested July 13, 2014 as the result of an investigation by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office into several thefts in the area.
According to a police report provided at the time of the arrest, the pair had two minors with them at the time of their arrest.
They were originally charged with three counts of residential burglary, class B felonies, two counts of Theft of Property valued at less than or equal to $1,000, class A misdemeanors, and one count each of Theft of Property valued at greater than $1,000 but less than $5,000, and Theft of Property of credit card/debit card or account number, both of class D felonies.
Lemmer was also charged as an habitual offender.
Lemmer was appointed a Shane Ethridge as his public defender and later asked for a change of lawyers twice.
He plead guilty to four counts of residential burglary, class B felonies, two counts of theft of property, class D felonies, and two class A misdemeanor theft of property charges.
He was sentenced to 120 months in the Arkansas Department of Corrections and is required to pay $8,709.90 in restitution and $770 in court costs and miscellaneous fees.