A Fallon man agreed Tuesday in District Court to attend boot camp for drug possession instead of going to prison. Ryan Wesley McNally previously pleaded guilty to one count of possession of controlled substance. McNally was arrested Dec. 15, 2012, for possessing meth, a sentence that carried one to four years in prison or probation. Public Defender David Neidert said McNally has been sober for five months and has been looking for work. Neidert said McNally has five job prospects lined up. Deputy District Attorney Michael Winn countered, saying McNally doesn’t have a diploma or a GED. “He has no …
Fallon man opts for Drug Court, not NSP
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