Junction City Man Sentenced to 180 Days in JailA 42-year-old Junction City man has been sentenced to serve jail time in Marion County Court for driving on a revoked license. Donnie Ford of West 14th Street was sentenced to 180-days in the Marion County Jail, probation, and to pay $500 in fines. He is to begin his sentence in April. He allegedly was driving an ATV on Adams and 12th Street in January 2011 without a license. Ford served a 30-month prison term in 2005 for driving under the influence and speeding when he drove into the side of a freight train in Sandoval in November 1991, killing his passenger Elizabeth Renee Hunt.
Bond was set at $50,000 for 26-year-old T.J. Howard of East Howard in Centralia. He was charged with aggravated battery and criminal damage to government supported property. Howard allegedly grabbed Jamaca Scott by the throat and forced her down at Party Liquors and then damaged a Centralia squad car. If released from jail, he is ordered to have no contact with Scott. His case has been continued until January 8th at 10 a.m.
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