Among those sentenced recently in Cheshire County Superior Court in Keene was a man convicted on several charges stemming from a high-speed chase in Keene.

Randall J. Bradley, 51, whose address is listed in sentencing documents as the Cheshire County jail, pleaded guilty to felony charges of reckless conduct with a deadly weapon, driving after being certified a habitual offender of motor vehicle laws and possessing crack cocaine and a misdemeanor charge of disobeying an officer, all stemming from an incident in Keene in October. According to sentencing documents, he nearly hit 100 miles per hour while trying to evade police pursuit on Route 12; he then exited the highway at Maple Avenue, turned off his lights and drove across the Trinity Lutheran Church lawn, crashing through a sign before being caught by police.

On the reckless conduct charge, he was sentenced to 1½ to three years in N.H. State Prison and ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution to Trinity Lutheran Church. On the driving charge, he was sentenced to 2½ to five years in state prison. For possessing crack cocaine and disobeying an officer, he received two 12-month jail sentences. These sentences are concurrent, and he was credited for 147 days of time served.

He also pleaded guilty to driving after being declared a habitual offender of motor vehicle laws on two other occasions, both in Swanzey in October. On each charge, he was sentenced to 2½ to five years in state prison and credited for 147 days of time served. These sentences are concurrent with his others.

Bradley also pleaded guilty to committing bail jumping in December, for failing to appear for a dispositional hearing. He was sentenced to three to six years in state prison, all suspended for 15 years and consecutive to his previous sentences.

Others recently sentenced include:

Joshua A. Howard, 27, of Keene pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a dangerous weapon in Swanzey in September. According to sentencing documents, he had a handgun, which he wasn’t allowed to possess after he had been convicted of witness intimidation, a felony, in Massachusetts in 2015. He was sentenced to two to four years in state prison, all suspended for five years, and placed on probation for two years.

Travis J. Prentice, 30, of Franklin pleaded guilty to committing simple assault in January. According to sentencing documents, he grabbed someone identified as D.G. by the neck. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, all suspended for two years. Sentencing documents do not indicate where the assault occurred.

Prosecutors dismissed a felony charge of burglary and a misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief.

Cody W. Frazier, 30, of Swanzey pleaded guilty to two counts of violating his probation, in December and April, on a 2018 felony conviction for committing second-degree assault-domestic violence in Keene in April 2018. He was sentenced to 360 days in jail and credited for 16 days of time served. The balance of his sentence is suspended for three years. Sentencing documents do not indicate how he violated his probation.

Kyle A. Kelley, 29, of Keene pleaded guilty to two counts of violating his probation, both in April, on a 2017 felony conviction for receiving stolen property in Keene in November 2016. He was sentenced to six months in jail and credited for 22 days of time served, and he is eligible for home release on electronic monitoring. Sentencing documents do not indicate how he violated his probation.

Cale J. Dicey, 24, whose address is listed in sentencing documents as the county jail, pleaded guilty to violating his probation in March on a December felony conviction for committing forgery in Keene in March 2018. He was sentenced to 22 days in jail and credited for 22 days of time served. Sentencing documents do not indicate how he violated his probation.