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Court Sends Six To Prison On May Law Day

On Tuesday, May 6, during Law Day proceedings in Douglas County, Judge Craig Carter sentenced six defendants to the Missouri Department of Corrections.
Kyle Lorenz, 23, Seymour, was sentenced to three years in the Department of Corrections for unlawful use of a weapon. The case offense occurred Feb. 23, 2014 and was investigated by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.
Christopher Evins, 43, Ava, was sentenced to three years in the Department of Corrections for Felony DWI-persistent, after Judge Craig Carter revoked Evins’ probation and ordered the previously imposed sentence executed. The revocation was based on reports submitted to the Court by Probation and Parole. The original offense occurred Nov. 7, 2010 and the case was investigated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Antonio Dossett, 54, Grandview, was sentenced to two years in the Department of Corrections for felony driving while license revoked. The offense occurred Sept. 6, 2013 and the case was investigated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Alexander Olson, 32, Ava, was sentenced to five years in the Department of Corrections with long term treatment for possession of methamphetamine. The offense occurred Jan. 31 of this year and was a result of a search warrant executed by the Ava Police Department. Olson will be subject to release upon completion of the treatment program.
Michael Turley, 30, Mansfield, was sentenced to seven years in the Department of Corrections for assault 2nd degree after Judge Craig Carter revoked his probation and ordered the previously imposed sentence executed. The revocation was based on reports submitted to the Court by Probation and Parole. The original offense occurred on Sept. 6, 2008 and was investigated by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department.
James Freeman, 53, Ava, was sentenced to three years in the Department of Corrections for unlawful possession of a firearm. Freeman was found guilty by a Douglas County jury on March 13. The state had requested a seven year prison term, however, the Court assessed a three year term. The offense occurred May 20, 2013 and the case was investigated by the Ava Police Department.

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