Probation Revoked Due to New Charges

| October 21, 2013
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An Orrick resident was in court October 18th for a hearing in an assault case that stems from an incident during a Super Bowl Party in 2011.

Jerry Don Nail, 26, entered a plea of guilty to the charge of second degree assault and was given a suspended imposition of sentence in March. The judge then sentenced Nail to five years supervised probation.

Since then Nail has also pleaded guilty to forgery and receiving stolen property in two separate cases that were filed in late July. That prompted Judge Kevin Walden to revoke Nail’s probation and ordered him to serve 120 days of shock incarceration in the Department of Corrections.

Nail will be sentenced for the forgery and receiving stolen property charges on November 21st by Judge Terril Shane Alexander.

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