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Beverly man gets jail time for Eagles break-in

October 2, 2013

A Beverly man who broke into a social club in the village and stole the safe was sentenced Tuesday to 120 days in jail and ordered to complete a counseling program. Robert J....

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Oct-02-13 5:19 PM

This man robbed a business got a very light st ten e and has 3 years to pay it back? If this an example of a sentence in marietta courts , it's no wonder an large crime exists. And I do t care if there were 5 changes in management since the robbery, the eagles should be able to call the former manager and get the amount stolen , or was he in the crime or was a relative involved like the legion break in?

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Oct-02-13 10:51 AM

If the club would have had the amount to the courts for his sentencing they most likely wouldn't have had to file a civil case...the case was postponed once for the club to do this and they didn't...should the court just continue to postpone waiting on the club??...someone must not have been doing their job and keeping proper records for the club...

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Oct-02-13 9:00 AM

That still seems awfully light for what would have to have been a probation violation due to the previous charges in Morgan County.

It also ***** that the organization that had their property damaged and money stolen now has to go through a civil process to get their 6,400 dollars back.

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Oct-02-13 8:41 AM

The article states he has to serve 120 days jail and SEPTA's program, then he'll have community control...

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Oct-02-13 7:54 AM


"Citing Wells' apparent success with his community control conditions in Morgan County, Lane ruled that he would allow a community control sanction in the current case."

Breaking and entering and theft/damages exceeding 7k is successful community control?

If you are going to clean your act up then great, but you need to serve your time for the breaking and entering first. Scapegoating it off on the drugs is pathetic.

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