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  • Five found guilty

  • Last Friday was a big day for Michael Gayoso and the Crawford County Attorney’s Office. Five Pittsburg residents were convicted of a variety of crimes in Crawford County court.

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  • Last Friday was a big day for Michael Gayoso and the Crawford County Attorney’s Office. Five Pittsburg residents were convicted of a variety of crimes in Crawford County court.
    Joseph Johnson, 29, pled guilty to attempted arson and criminal threat. He will sentenced on Nov. 18.
    Trevor Sinclair, 18, pled “no contest” to aggravated assault. At the end of the hearing, District Court Judge Donald Noland found Sinclair guilty and set sentencing for Oct. 22.
    Lonnie Harrison, 36, pled guilty to aggravated assault and will be sentenced on Oct. 28.
    Michael Edwards, 24, pled “no contest” to residential burglary and two counts of aggravated assault. Noland found Edwards guilty. He will be sentenced on Oct. 22.
    Floyd Hayes, 31, pled “no contest” to distribution of cocaine. Noland found Hayes guilty, and Hayes will be sentenced Nov. 12.
    An additional three Pittsburg residents had appearances in court for felony crimes:
    • Robert Morris, 49, plead guilty to attempted aggravated assault on Tuesday and will be sentenced on Nov. 24.
    • Charisa Ullrich, 33, plead guilty to two counts of forgery on Tuesday and will be sentenced Nov. 2.
    • John Sheehan was sentenced to 30 months in jail for possession of methamphetamine with the intent to sell.

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