Bedford man violates probation now facing a more than a year behind bars

BEDFORD – Kyle White, 26, of Bedford, was sentenced by Lawrence County Superior Court I Judge John Plummer to serve a fully executed sentence of one year and an additional 327 days in the Department of Corrections after he violated the terms of his probation.

White was given credit for 266 days served and his probation was terminated unsuccessfully.

Kyle White

His projected release date is to be determined by the Department of Corrections.

White was on probation after he was arrested during a traffic stop in October 2021, where during a search of his vehicle officers located two bags containing meth.

Officers located multiple clear plastic bags and a black box containing a tourniquet, and cotton swabs, along with a metal cap containing fentanyl on the back seat. Two additional metal caps in the center consul that contained meth residue were also discovered.

White was on probation when he was arrested again and pleaded guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated.