LISBON — A Youngstown woman charged with stealing a rental car was sentenced to three years’ probation during action in county Common Pleas Court.

Angel M. Harrison, 26, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft, which was reduced from a felony as part of a plea deal reached with the county Prosecutor’s Office. She was accused of stealing a car from Manor Leasing in Salem in November 2015 and keeping it until she was indicted 11 months later.

Judge Scott Washam ordered Harrison to make restitution in the amount of $4,000 to Manor Leasing as part of her probation.

In other court news, Bradley J. Deatley, 32, was sentenced by Judge Washam to eight years in prison after pleading guilty as charged to engaging in a pattern of corrupt behavior, felonious assault and breaking and entering.

Deatley was accused of working with others to sell drugs, engage in money laundering and committing burglar and other crimes in the county between 2013 and 2016. He also assaulted Dewey Souers with a hammer on June 21, 2014, and breaking into Club Fuel, Railroad Street, Salem, on July 31, 2014.