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City man handed three prison terms

April 26, 2013

    A 32-year-old Decatur man has been handed prison time after pleading guilty in Adams Superior Court to three separate charges.
    Randy Holmes, 32, Decatur, will be serving two-plus years, or a total of 950 days, and he owes $1,356.50 in court costs and fees.
    After pleading guilty to violating probation by consuming alcohol and incurring new charges, Holmes saw 200 days of his previously suspended sentence revoked by Judge Patrick R. Miller, the time to be served in prison.
    Further details in Thursday's print and e-editions.

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