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September 18. 2013 11:43AM

Inmate gets another 1 to 3 years for smuggling tattoo machine motor


Reeve Dallas, 31, was an inmate at the state prison in September 2012, when he was charged with delivery of articles to prisoners for trying to smuggle a tattoo machine motor "concealed in his person with the intent to deliver it to himself." A jury found him guilty of the charge this July and earlier this month, he was sentenced to one to three years in the state prison with 51 days of pre-trial confinement credit.



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