A Filley man was sentenced to serve 18 months in prison followed by two years of post-release supervision in three cases Friday.
Michael E. Alm, 32, was sentenced to 18 months in prison and two years of post-release supervision for possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person.
A matching sentence was given in another case for attempted assault by a confined person, while he was sentenced to one year in prison for second-degree false imprisonment.
The three sentences will be served concurrently, totaling 18 months incarceration and two years of post-release supervision.
Alm was arrested in January 2016 when he went to the Gage County Courthouse for a hearing. At the screening station, he had a folding knife with a blade measuring four inches in length. He was arrested for being a prohibited person in possession of a weapon.
While in custody in April 2016, Alm pushed another inmate of the jail, which resulted in cuts to his head.
The investigation determined that Alm became agitated and pushed the man while the two of them were in a jail cell together.
Alm was one of three people arrested in May for second-degree false imprisonment after reports that a man with a baseball bat was threatening to kill someone in the 800 block of Ella Street.
He allegedly threatened a woman in the residence.