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Apology precedes sentencing in theft case

 


Jarred Neuhalfen told the court he was sorry for his actions before being sentenced on Wednesday to five years of intensive supervised probation for theft by receiving stolen property, a class four felony.

“I just want to apologize to the community,” Neuhalfen said.

He added that Sidney was a good place to live and he didn’t mean to sully the reputation of outsiders.

This was an amended charge, which was dropped in exchange for a plea agreement. The 20-year-old Sidney resident was originally charged with one count of theft by receiving stolen property and one count of theft. Neuhalf...



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