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Man gets six months for trespassing

A 29-year-old man convicted twice of trespassing at his parents’ residence was sentenced Friday to six months in Douglas County Jail. East Fork Justice Tom Perkins told Nathan Tyler Figueroa he would consider allowing the defendant to attend an in-patient treatment program. Prosecutor Laurie Trotter, citing Figueroa’s conviction for a similar offense six weeks ago, recommended 10 days in custody and two years probation on a suspended 180-day sentence. “I’m trying to move,” Figueroa said. “If I’m put on probation I can’t move.” Perkins imposed the jail time. “I don’t like your attitude,” the judge said. “You have the option …

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