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Former Floyd prosecutor to pay for taking hard drives

Former Floyd County Commonwealth’s Attorney Gordon E. Hannett Jr. has agreed to pay $3,500 and to perform 100 hours of community service to avoid trial on charges of stealing the hard drives from computers in the prosecutor’s office.

The charges will be dropped if he performs by April 16.

As reported by the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Hannett never has explained what happened to the memory disks.

Posted by Peter Vieth

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