Centralia Man Sentenced to Prison for Posession of Meth
12/11/2012 @ 4:28 PMA Centralia man had pled guilty in Marion County Court for meth posession. 50-year-old Kevin Deadmond of North Hickory in Centralia was sentenced to two-years in prison with one-year of mandatory supervised release, with credit for time served. Deadmond admitted to having posession of less than 15 grams of a substance containing meth. As part of the plea, one count of possession of cannabis and one count of possession of drug paraphenalia were dropped.
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