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Philipsburg Mail - Thursday, June 15, 2o17 3 by Emily Petrovski individual," victim been in a counseling into a rehabilitation John Terejko said in aprogram, but after hisprogram through them Zachary Michael video played in court counselor passed away could mean Zachary Brown, 25, was given last week. he did not get a new would be waiting in a six year deferred Terejko said that he counselor, Probation prison for months imposition of sentence did not think prison and Parole Officer before getting the help on his count of felony would do any good Susan Carroll testified he needs and would theft in court last for Brown, but that heat the hearing. Carroll be unable to work or Thursday. hoped the county wouldsaid that Zachary had better his life during He was given no be able to teach him admitted his drug use that time. He noted fines, but was ordered a lesson. He believed to her and expressed an that Zachary was to pay full restitution that Brown took the interest in getting help willing to re-engage for the $15,ooo in money because he was for the problem, with the treatment cash he was convicted an addict, not because"He just wanted to be program. of stealing from a he was a hardened honest," Carroll said.Dayton deferred Philipsburg home. criminal, Terejko saidAccording to her Zachary's imposition of Brown signed a in the video, testimony in court, sentence for six years plea agreement on "He's an addict Zachary admitted to and required that he November 30, 2o16 that's struggled," Kevin having used cocaine, complete a chemical in which he agreed Brown testified beforemarijuana, meth and dependency treatment to plead guilty to the the judge at his son'sheroin. He is young evaluation. He ordered charge of felony theft, sentencing, and physically capableno fines in an effort to On December 1, Brown Kevin told Judge of finding employment ensure full restitution entered a guilty plea Dayton that he believed if he got treatment, would be paid to the in court and was found his son needed help Carroll said. victim, Dayton said. guilty of one count of with his drug addiction, Though the State "Meth grabs ahold felony theft. A pre- he said that he did not was recommending of you different than sentence investigation believe prison was thea Department of anything," Dayton told was ordered, right course of actionCorrections placement,Zachary in court. "I think there's a for him: Zachary's attorney "Your future's up to chance to save this Brown had previously argued that getting you," Dayton said. Summer starts slow for Sheriff's Office June 5, 2:22 p.m. Request for a welfare check on a Philipsburg resident. Sheriff's Office staff were involved with searching for the person when they learned the person was involved in a vehicle crash on Skalkaho Highway. The person was later transported to GCMC for treatment. 4:24 p.m. A Rumsey area resident reported damage to his gate. 5:26 p.m. A Drummond resident reported her neighbor's dog being a nuisance. The owner of the dog was contacted. lO:24 p.m. A Rock Creek area resident reported a theft of two weather vanes. It was later determined the weather vanes were moved by a friend. June 7, 6:38 a.m. A business owner in Hall requested a civil standby in Hall. 7:o8 a.m. Request for a welfare check on a Philipsburg resident. 2:o9 p.m. A Philipsburg resident reported his son's bicycle stolen. The bike was recovered at the time of the report. 2:21 p.m. Request for a civil standby in Hall. 5:13 p.m. Philipsburg ambulance was dispatched to a local ranch for a medical emergency. The person was flown to a Missoula Hospital for treatment. 8:58 p.m. A Deer Lodge man was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant stemming from a traffic stop for failure to appear on a DUI charge in Granite County Justice Court. 11:35 p.m. GCMC requested an ambulance from an inter- Hospital transport. June 8, 9:41 a.m. Drummond Ambulance responded to a medical emergency at a local residence. 11:o8 a.m. A Drummond resident reported a possible scam on Craigslist. June 9, 8:21 a.m. A Philipsburg resident reported a jacket missing from his yard. The matter is under investigation. 1:1o p.m. A Rock Creek resident reported speeding vehicles. Extra patrol has been assigned to Blotter Sheriff Dunkerson 1:36 p.m. A Philipsburg man reported a neighbor using a private driveway approach. The matter is an ongoing civil dispute. June lO, 11:56 a.m. A Drummond resident reported a fender bender in a private driveway. June 11, 9:49 a.m. Report of a vehicle vs. deer on I-9o. 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