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Convicted felon lies about identity, faces more time
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A convicted felon who lied to deputies about who he was has been ordered to serve three months in jail in addition to time he owes for violation of probation.The defendant, Robbie Kilgore, was directed by General Sessions Judge Larry Ross to serve 90 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence on charges of unlawful possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. He will also lose his driver license for one year and must pay a $50 fine for driving on a suspended license.Kilgore was arrested after he was pulled over by deputies for driving with expired tags. When asked for his identity, Kilgore gave officers a false name and birth date, something that was discovered immediately by officers.