Centralia Man Receives Five Years Probation and Inpatient Drug TreatmentA 29-year-old Centralia man has pleaded guilty to three charges pending against him.
Dustin Keeley of Melrose Drive admitted guilt to unlawful possession of a lost or mislaid credit card, felony retail theft, and theft. He was placed on five years probation, ordered to complete rehabilitation and pay $75 restitution to the holder of the credit card Ryan Williams. The retail theft took place last October at the Salem Wal-mart store. The theft charge was for taking a chain saw from David Sachtleban last November.
Keeley will be held in the Marion County Jail until he can move to in-patient drug treatment.
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