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Hodges jailed after schools on lockdown
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The man who bolted from the sunroof of a car and prompted a lockdown of Warren County High School has been given six years in prison.The fugitive, Jeffery M. Hodges, 41, was sentenced to six years in the state penitentiary by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley on charges of evading arrest, auto burglary, vandalism and criminal trespass. The six years will be served in addition to time he owes the state for violating his parole. His term on his parole violation is not set to conclude until August 2018, meaning his new jail time will not start to count until his parole violation is served.