Devoun Logan, age 27 of Loup City, appeared in district court on Thursday morning for entry of plea. It was stated that a plea agreement had been reached. By pleading guilty to count one, criminal attempt: terroristic threats, the other counts alleged against Logan would be dismissed. As a class IV felony, criminal attempt carries no minimum charge and a maximum charge of two years imprisonment and twelve months post-release supervision, a ten thousand dollar fine, or both.
Logan did plea guilty and the court immediately proceeded to sentencing. Judge Noakes sentenced Logan to 60 days in the Custer County jail and he was given credit for 27 days already served. He was ordered to report on June 1 to start his time in jail.