TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A Terre Haute man with a lengthy criminal history was sentenced on Tuesday morning.
William Belew was originally facing a number of felonies, including arson, burglary, stalking, and intimidation.
After a plea agreement was accepted, all charges except for stalking were dropped.
A judge sentenced Belew to four years.
Three of those years will be with the Indiana Department of Corrections with one year of formal probation.
Belew also received a credit of 223 days against his sentence.
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