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News : Livingston County Sheriff Reports On Transports To Department Of Corrections
Posted by Randy on 2014/7/23 7:29:21 (425 reads) News by the same author

The following people were sentenced to Missouri Department of Corrections and/or treatment programs at Department Of Corrections after appearing in Livingston County Court.

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Jasper Loren Hedges, 32, Elk City, KS Probation Violation Non-Support 4 years

Johnnie Horton, 35, Laclede Probation Violation Distribution Controlled Substance - 7 years

Kailean Volker, 28, Chillicothe Possession Controlled Substance - 7 years 120 day program


Rochelle Coltin, 45, Ethel Probation Violation Stealing - 7 years consecutive 120 day program

Gay Owens, 56, Chillicothe Probation Violation Conspiracy/Possession Controlled Substance - 4 years

Abigeal Ashbrook, 32, Chillicothe Possession Controlled Substance - 6 years consecutive


David R. Gamble, 18, Chillicothe Tampering - Institutional Post Conviction Drug Treatment Program


Alexander Poole, 22, Chillicothe Probation Violation Distribution Controlled Substance - 120 day program

Spencer Pittman, 18, Chillicothe Probation Violation Stealing - 5 years consecutive

Randy Campbell, 32, Chillicothe Probation Violation Possession Controlled Substance - 7 years consecutive

Anthony Smith, 25, Chillicothe Probation Violation Burglary - 5 years

Kodi Souders, 21, Chillicothe Tampering - 4 years consecutive

Lester Hines, 53, Chillicothe Probation Violation Possession of illegally harvested wildlife intent to sell - 7 years consecutive

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