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Sumner punk continues life of crime: Busted for drug possession in Indiana

Posted by on Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019 @ 4:43 pm.

Caleb D. Gallion

KNOX CO., Ind./LAWRENCE CO., Ill. - As if being a convicted burglar and car thief - and formerly-accused child pornographer - weren't enough, a Sumner punk has proven that he still has a little more in him by way of getting in trouble.

Caleb Gallion of Sumner, now 22 and several years removed from his 2015 antics that put him on the criminal radar out of Lawrence County (which you can read about here, in full if you have an online membership to the e-Edition), traveled over to Knox County, Indiana yesterday (Tuesday, January 1) and managed to get himself arrested on two counts: Disorderly Conduct, and Possession of Marijuana, both of them misdemeanors.

Misdemeanors notwithstanding, the charges got him locked up at the Knox County Jail, and that's where he was as of earlier today, (January 2) at least.

Gallion did a little stint in IDOC following his conviction on the 2015 case and fortunately for him (and unfortunately for the rest of us), he's apparently already served his parole...and misdemeanors don't get a person sent to prison, even a convicted felon. Regardless, Knox County probably won't go lightly on him, given his criminal background.

We'll try to keep on top of developments with the case as we can.

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