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April 30, 2013
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Woman sent to prison for probation violations

A 26-year-old Stateline woman was sent to prison Monday after she failed to complete Western Nevada Regional Drug Court. District Judge Michael Gibbons sentenced Amber Pyne to 34 months in Nevada state prison with credit for 135 days in custody. She must serve a minimum of 12 months before she is eligible for parole on a forgery charge. She admitted forging checks totaling $220 on the victim’s account. Pyne’s attorney Kris Brown said her client’s criminal history coincided with her use of heroin. Brown said she used the money to buy drugs and was on the run to Arizona after …

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