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Former Troy city employee pleads to charge

(KNZA)--The former maintenance supervisor for the city of Troy, accused of the theft of city property, has entered into a plea agreement.

Dustin Ferris pleaded no contest Wednesday in Doniphan County District Court to one count of felony theft.

In exchange for the plea, charges of felony theft by deception and misdemeanor criminal deprivation of property were dismissed.

Sentencing was set for August 28.

Ferris was arrested in October of last year following an investigation by Elwood Police Chief Larry Hunsaker.

He had been a Troy city employee since October 2014.

Ferris remains free on a $50,000 own recognizance bond.   


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