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By Sandy Schroth

Overlapping meth charges result in probation, fines, jail time


An O’Neill man was sentenced Monday, May 17, to concurrent probation terms in two separate felony cases, by the Honorable Mark Kozisek, in the Holt County district courtroom.

Grady E. Seymour, 50, was sentenced to 18-months terms of probation for two Class 4 felony charges of possessing methamphetamine, including $570 in probation-related fees. In addition to standard terms of probation, Seymour was ordered to attend two Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings per week and obtain a sponsor for same, within 60 days. He must also obtain a co-occurring evaluation and complete an...

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