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Guymon Granted Suspended Imposition Of Sentence

Guymon Granted Suspended Imposition Of Sentence

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A former Mitchell man convicted of voter fraud last year received a suspended imposition of sentence.  55-year old Craig Guymon voted twice in the June 2013 Mitchell School Board election, once by absentee ballot at the Davison County Courthouse and once by regular ballot at the former MTI building.  He was sentenced to 30 days in jail and two years of probation.  Guymon has since moved to Platte.  A suspended imposition of sentence means that if Guymon follows his probation rules, the felony charge will be cleared from his record.

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