A Farina man has been sentenced to 4 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections for an incident at the Fayette County Jail causing damage and plumbing issues at the facility earlier this year. 34-year old Darrel K. Moulton made an appearance in court on Tuesday morning for a sentencing hearing following Moulton’s open guilty plea in the matter back in May. Information on the count one that Moulton was charged with states that on February 7th, Moulton “or one whom he is legally responsible, knowingly damaged” government supported property in that he allegedly “removed R-board, foam insulation, from a wall and flushed the r-board down the toilet, causing flooding and major plumbing issues, said damage being less than $500.” That count is a Class 4 felony. Information on the second count reads the same as the first with the exception of damage on the second count being more than $500 but less than $10,000. That count is a Class 3 Felony. During the sentencing hearing, Moulton had to be restrained and then removed from the courtroom after he is alleged to have became belligerent following the court denying his requests for a fitness evaluation and a psych evaluation after Moulton’s own attorney, David Grigsby, stated he did not feel either would be justified. After the denial of a request for a continuance by Moulton and his subsequent removal from the courtroom, the proceedings continued with Moulton being sentenced to serve 4 years in the DOC with 1 year of mandatory supervised release. Moulton will receive 373 days of credit for his time served in the Fayette County Jail. He is also order to pay $984.15 in restitution.