Several people have been sentenced recently in Cheshire County Superior Court for probation or parole violations and other crimes.

They include:

Jodi Sue Rollins, 33, whose address is listed as the Cheshire County jail, was sentenced to three to six years in N.H. State Prison, all suspended, for violating probation in July 2013 and March 2014. She was credited with 51 days served while awaiting resolution of her case, and was placed on probation until August 2016. She was also ordered to participate in the Cheshire County Drug Court program. Rollins was on probation for stealing items from cars in Troy in 2010. Court documents don’t detail how she violated her probation.

John Witfoth Jr., 28, whose address is listed as the county jail, was sentenced to 44 days in jail for violating probation, which he served while awaiting resolution of his case. He was ordered to complete outpatient drug treatment. Witfoth was on probation for selling marijuana in February 2012. Court documents don’t detail how he violated his probation.

Jackson Piscopo, 20, of Taylor Road, Peterborough was sentenced to nine months in jail for violating his probation on a 2013 conviction for possessing methylone. Court documents don’t detail how he violated his probation.

Gary Lagerberg, 57, of Roxbury Street, Keene was sentenced to six months in jail for violating his probation from a 2012 simple assault case. He was credited with 67 days served while awaiting resolution of his case. Court documents don’t detail how he violated his probation.

Sarah Lavoie, 31, whose address is listed as the county jail, was sentenced to 240 days in jail for violating her probation from a 2008 burglary conviction. She was credited with 90 days served pretrial. Court documents don’t detail how she violated her probation. She also pleaded guilty to misdemeanor receiving stolen property from December 2013, and was sentenced to concurrent jail time.

Tyler Day, 21, whose address is listed as the county jail, was sentenced to a year in jail for violating his probation on a robbery conviction from 2010. He will be eligible for release with electronic monitoring after June 1, according to court documents. The documents don’t detail how he violated his probation.

Other recent Superior Court cases include:

Jordan Buffum, 23, of Belvedere Road, Gilsum was sentenced to two to four years in state prison, all suspended, for two counts of accomplice to sale of heroin from last year in Keene. She was fined $350 plus court fees, all suspended for each charge, and ordered, with her co-conspirator, to pay $320 restitution to the N.H Drug Task Force.

She also pleaded guilty to selling heroin last August and was sentenced to a year in jail, all suspended except 106 days served while awaiting resolution of her case. She was fined an additional $350, also suspended, and ordered to pay $200 in restitution. She was also placed on probation for two years. A charge of receiving stolen property was dismissed by prosecutors.

Jennifer Bosworth, 23, of Westminster Station, Vt., was sentenced to a year in jail, with 180 days to serve and the rest suspended, for issuing bad checks last year at numerous Cheshire County businesses. She was credited with two days served pretrial, and is eligible for release with electronic monitoring. She was placed on probation for three years and ordered to pay $5,981.68 restitution.

She also pleaded guilty to selling cocaine in Keene last June, and was sentenced to concurrent jail time, fined $350, plus court fees, and ordered to pay $180 restitution to the N.H. Drug Task Force. She pleaded guilty to a second cocaine-sales charge, and was sentenced to a consecutive 1½ to three years in prison, all suspended, and fined $500, plus court fees, also suspended, and ordered to pay an additional $180 restitution.

A charge of theft by deception was dismissed.

A jury found Victor Sanchez, 43, of Fitchburg, Mass., not guilty of violating a protective order from last June.