A convicted sex offender who failed to notify law enforcement of his online profiles is headed to prison.

Jonathan P. Rau, 30, of Colony Court, Keene, pleaded guilty recently in Cheshire County Superior Court to two counts of failing in his duty to report. He was sentenced to 1½ to three years in N.H. State Prison, with credit for two days served while awaiting resolution of his case. The crimes stem from last May.

Other recent Superior Court cases include:

Bruce Carbone, 63, of Swanzey was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended, after pleading guilty to theft from the Keene Veterans of Foreign Wars post in April 2013. He was placed on probation for two years and ordered to pay $4,629 restitution. He was also ordered to tour the state prison.

Carl Beede, 67, of Jenkins Lane, Sullivan, was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended, after pleading guilty to theft between July 2011 and May 2012 from A&P Solutions, a local company. He was ordered to pay $24,862 restitution and perform 200 hours of community service.

Gianni Castagna, 26, of Warmac Road, Swanzey, was sentenced to a year in jail, with six months suspended, after pleading guilty to selling heroin in Keene last May. He was credited with 170 days served while awaiting resolution of his case, placed on probation for two years and fined $350, plus court fees.

He also pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property from last August and was sentenced to one to three years in state prison, all suspended. He had stolen jewelry worth more than $1,500, according to court records. He pleaded guilty to an additional charge of selling heroin from November, and was sentenced to suspended prison time and fined $350, plus court fees.

Donald Beatty, 47, of Church Street, North Walpole, was sentenced to a year in jail for criminal trespass in Keene in August. He was approved for release on electronic monitoring. He was credited with one day served and placed on probation for 1½ years. He was also ordered to have no contact with the victim. Court documents show he has two prior convictions for felony burglary and sexual assault. A charge of burglary was dismissed by prosecutors.

Ian Gordon 18, of Thomas Street, Brattleboro, was sentenced to a year in jail, with nine months suspended, after pleading guilty to theft of a gun from a Nelson home in 2013. He was cleared for work release and placed on probation for two years.

Jeremiah Garcia, 33, of Keene was sentenced to nine months in jail for violating his probation on a conviction for attempted robbery from August 2012. Court documents don’t detail how he violated his probation.

Robert Gamache, 22, of Bolton Pond Road, Winchester, was sentenced to six months in jail for violating his probation from a conviction for liability for the conduct of another stemming from an assault in 2012. Court documents don’t detail how he violated his probation. He was credited with 54 days served while awaiting resolution of his case.

Timothy Dobias, 26, who has multiple addresses listed in court documents, was sentenced to a year in jail for failing in his duty as a sex offender to notify police of a change of address. His sentence may be suspended if he enters a drug treatment program, according to court documents. He was credited with 165 days served while awaiting resolution of his case and placed on probation for three years. He also pleaded guilty to selling drugs in July and August, and was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended, and consecutive to the first charge. He was fined $350, plus court fees, and ordered to pay $320 restitution to the N.H. Drug Task Force. Court documents don’t detail what drug he sold.

Three additional charges related to selling heroin and conspiracy to sell heroin were dismissed by prosecutors as part of a plea agreement, according to court documents.

Randall Fish, 27, of Keene was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended, except for 111 days served while awaiting resolution of his case, after pleading guilty to felony theft. He stole two drinks from a Keene store in October, and has numerous prior theft-related convictions, according to court documents. He was ordered to pay $5.98 restitution to the store.

He pleaded guilty to a second theft charge and was sentenced to three to six years in state prison, all suspended on the condition he complete the Cheshire County Drug Court program. He was ordered to pay $368 restitution and placed on probation for five years, which can be reduced to three years if he successfully completes the program. He admitted stealing a television in October from a Keene store.

Two counts of willful concealment were dismissed by prosecutors.

Kellie Eddy, aka Kelly Eddy, 25, of Beaver Street, Keene, was sentenced to a year in jail, with six months suspended, for possessing Oxycontin in Keene in 2012. She was credited with 74 days served while awaiting resolution of her case, placed on probation for three years and fined $350 plus court fees. She was ordered to tour the state prison and undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation. A charge of theft by unauthorized taking was dismissed by prosecutors.

Jessica Borks, 23, of Yuba City, Calif., was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended, after pleading guilty to misdemeanor contempt of court. She was ordered to perform 50 hours of community service. She disobeyed a court order forbidding her from taking a child out of the state. A charge of interfering with custody was dismissed by prosecutors.

A jury acquitted Jason N. Candello, 37, of Keene of being a felon in possession of a dangerous weapon.