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March 13: 609 Adams

Ballinger Ballinger
Brown Brown
Date of Bust: March 13, 2013

Location:
609 Adams

Arrested:
Amanda S. Brown, Stephen T. Ballinger

Sentence:
Brown, 30 months probation; Ballinger, initially sentenced to 30 months probation (Drug Court), but that sentence was revoked and he was sentenced to five years in the Illinois Department of Corrections

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