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Milligan man recieves jail time for possessing illegal narcotics | KRVN Radio

Milligan man recieves jail time for possessing illegal narcotics

Milligan man recieves jail time for possessing illegal narcotics
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A Milligan man received jail time for possessing drugs. Daniel Graham, 38, was sentenced in Thayer County District Court, Feb. 6 to 60 days in jail with credit for 50 days already served for Possessing a Controlled Substance, a Class 4 Felony.

According to court records, Graham reached a plea agreement where he plead guilty/no contest to possessing drugs (amphetamine/methamphetamine). The other two counts, Criminal Mischief and Theft-Unlawful Taking were dropped. Upon his release from jail, Graham must serve nine months of post release supervision.

Graham was arrested July 25 after the Thayer County Sheriff’s Office received a report advising a subject was observed vandalizing a pop machine in Alexandria. The reporting party advised the subject responsible was leaving the area in a red Ford Explorer. Deputies responded to the area and while en route observed a vehicle matching the description. With the assistance of a Nebraska State Trooper the vehicle was stopped near the junction of Hwy 81 and Hwy 136 or just south of Hebron. The driver, Graham and two female passengers were contacted. A cutting torch was located in the rear of the vehicle. A search of the vehicle also produced suspected drugs and paraphernalia. The suspects were interviewed by a sheriff’s deputy.

Graham was lodged in the Thayer County jail for Theft, Possession of Drugs (suspected meth.), and is also wanted in Saline County. Ali Kroeker, 31, of Milligan and Theresa Richard, 54, of Geneva, were both cited for theft and were released. Surrounding agencies along with Thayer Co. have received reports of similar incidents in which a cutting torch was used to gain access into pop machines and car wash coin boxes.

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