Webster said she wanted Anderson to get treatment, but couldn't overlook the seriousness of his crimes.
In June 2010, Anderson was walking on Madison Street on the West Side and a resident alerted police when he walked up on his porch carrying guns. Police drew their weapons on Anderson and later found two guns under his trench coat.
A search of his vehicle turned up more weapons -- shotguns, assault rifles, ammunition and two explosive devices. A bomb squad was called to defuse the devices and the area was evacuated for several hours.
"The first time you were before me there were some very, potentially dangerous charges," Webster said. "But the victim pleaded for leniency and I placed you on home confinement.
"Crimes related to drugs put people in situations where others can get hurt," she said. "You've had two crimes that are not insignificant. And in this case, somebody did get hurt."
Assistant Prosecutor Ken Starcher asked for incarceration for Anderson, and Webster agreed. But she said that if he completes a year in jail without problems she will consider releasing him to a drug treatment program run by Union Mission.
Contact writer Cheryl Caswell at cher...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4832