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Salem Man Draws 4 Year Prison Term

November 10, 2016

A 30-year-old Salem man has been sentenced in Marion County Court to four years in prison.

Marion County State’s Attorney Matt Wilzbach says Matthew Nehrt of West Main Street entered a plea to a 2015 charge of delivery of a meth precursor. Nehrt was out on bond on that case when he was arrested in August at the Salem Walmart store trying to leave without paying for a number of items. A charge of burglary and theft in connection with that arrest were dropped as part of the plea.

In addition to the four year prison term, Nehrt was sentenced to one year of mandatory supervised release, ordered to pay court fees, and given credit for time served in the Marion County Jail since his arrested at the Walmart Store.

Nehrt was released on $30,000 personal recognizance bond for one week to get his affairs in order before reporting to prison.

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