Tenacity for Justice Renews Restitution Order

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Tenacity for justice served proved true for the District Attorney’s office Wednesday morning in Eight Judicial District Court. District Attorney Will Ramsay, knowing that a 10-year probation was nearing an end and that restitution, ordered as a condition of probation, had not been made, filed a motion to continue the order of probation while having the probationer accept a State Jail Felony.

In March 2006 Kathy Lynn Haygood pled guilty to Theft more than $20,000, less than $100,000. She was given a 10-year probated sentence then. Wednesday following the decision of District Judge Eddie Northcutt, Haygood is under order by the court to make restitution of over $57,000.

Author: Staff Reporter

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