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Webb given probation again
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A former Animal Control director has avoided jail for a second time after entering a no-contest plea to charges she sold historical flags that had been entrusted to her to have appraised.The woman, Tamara Lynn Webb, 54, entered a no-contest plea before Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley to the charge of grand theft. She was placed on probation for three years and must pay $4,000 plus costs and perform 80 hours public service work. Her new sentence will go on top of the two-year judicial diversion and 80 hours public service work she received from Judge Stanley last year for turning a blind eye to her son’s marijuana farm on the property of Warren County Animal Control where she worked.Her newest charge had to do with eight World War II historical flags.