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Three sentenced in Saline County in June

Posted by on Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019 @ 8:04 pm.

SALINE CO., Ill. – Saline County State’s Attorney Molly Kasiar has announced the sentencings in the month of June, 2019.

Michael Humm

The first was Michael D. Humm, 26 of Harrisburg, who was sentenced on June 4 by Judge Walden Morris to four years in the Illinois Department of Corrections, to be followed by a year of parole, for his conviction on a Meth Possession charge. You can read about Humm’s previous criminal history in Saline at this link, but see also this link and this link if you have your up-to-date e-Edition membership.

Next was Dakota A. Nix, 25 of Winfield, Alabama. He was sentenced on June 17 by Judge Morris to 24 months in IDOC and a year of parole for a probation violation on a Forgery charge.

Philip J. Hayes, from 2013

Lastly, Philip J. Hayes, 30 of Harrisburg, was sentenced June 19 by Judge Morris to seven years in IDOC to be followed by a year of parole on the Intimidation conviction he recently caught. If you have an e-Edition membership, you can read about Hayes’ previous criminal antics at this link.

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