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Former Animal Control direct. not jailed

The county’s former Animal Control officer has escaped jail time after she entered a no-contest plea to helping her son grow marijuana on county property.
The former director, Tamara Webb, entered a no-contest plea before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to the charge of facilitating the manufacture of marijuana. She was issued a two-year judicial diversion and must perform 80 hours public service work.
The diversion means she can have her criminal record erased as long as she gets into no further trouble during her two-year probationary period. She has already been terminated from her job with the county ...


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