Probation Violated, Prison Time Possible

| September 12, 2013
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A probation violation hearing will be held Thursday in Carroll County court for a local man who plead guilty to one count of theft/stealing, burglary, and stealing motor fuel in June.

William Ray Hicks, 18, was given a suspended imposition of sentence and five years’ supervised probation and ordered to pay $4000 in restitution. But a traffic violation later that same month has Hicks going before Judge David Miller to see if he will be serving time on his sentence.

Hicks set to appear at 10:30 a.m.

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