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Stockton man to be sentenced Monday

A STOCKTON MAN WILL BE SENTENCED MONDAY FOR AMENDED CHARGES IN NORTON COUNTY DISTRICT COURT.  CARLOS GALLOWAY WAS CHARGED WITH BURGLARY AND THEFT BOTH FELONIES.  THOSE CHARGES ARE IN CONNECTION WITH THE ALLEGED JULY 16TH 2009 BURGLARY AND THEFT OF THE HOME OF ED DESBEIN IN ALMENA.  GALLOWAY ENTERED INTO A TWO YEAR DIVERSION AGREEMENT.  HE FAILED TO PAY THE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE DIVERSION, STAY AWAY FROM ALCOHOL AND DID NOT RETAIN EMPLOYMENT.  IN PLEA AGREEMENT, GALLOWAY PLED GUILTY TO AN AMENDED COUNT OF FELONY THEFT AND THE BURGLARY CHARGE WAS DISMISSED.  A PRE-SENTENCE REPORT AND CRIMINAL HISTORY WILL BE DONE.  GALLOWAY WILL BE SENTENCED AT MONDAY’S MOTION DAY, ACCORDING TO NORTON COUNTY ATTORNEY DOUG SEBELIUS.  GALLOWAY REMAINS OUT OF JAIL ON BOND.