According to information on file at the Clay County Courthouse, on Monday, Everett W. Fulk, 37, with aide from his defense attorney Charles Hear, entered into an agreement with the Clay County Prosecutor's Office to plead guilty to four counts of class D felony invasion of privacy and three counts of class B misdemeanor harassment.
As part of the plea agreement, the prosecutor's office agreed to dismiss the lesser charges filed against Fulk.
The charges stemmed from several incidents occurring during the past summer involving at least five unidentified female victims, some of which had multiple incidents.
Making a factually based statement in court to Deputy Prosecutor Mark Greenwell, Fulk voluntarily testified to his involvement and guilt.
Accepting the plea of guilty, Circuit Court Judge Joseph Trout entered a guilty conviction in the matter and enforced the terms of the plea agreement.
After waiving his right to a pre-sentencing report, Fulk was sentenced to the Indiana Department of Correction for a total of four years on two of the D felonies. The remainder of the sentences, all of which were for a year or less, were ordered to run concurrent (at the same time) as the aforementioned four years of incarceration.
Trout allowed good time credit if Fulk earned it while incarcerated at the DOC and gave him credit for 36 days previously served at the Clay County Justice Center.
Fulk was remanded into the custody of the Clay County Sheriff's Department to wait formal processing at the earliest convenience of the DOC.