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Northcutt jailed for meth, assault

A meth-maker who beat his girlfriend will serve nearly a year in jail.
The defendant, Joseph Clay Northcutt, 43, entered best-interest pleas to charges of domestic assault and promoting the manufacture of meth. He was ordered by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to serve 360 days of an eight-year sentence and pay $2,000 plus costs.
His charges were brought after deputies were dispatched to a residence where he had assaulted a woman.
“She had been hit in the head and choked,” said deputy Jason Fowler of what he found when he arrived at the residence. “She had also been ...

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