Crime

November 21, 2012 7:19 PM

Two former Fayette sheriff's deputies get house arrest and probation in weapons-theft case

Former Fayette County sheriff's deputies Chester "Merle" McDaniel and William Beers will not face jail time after answering to charges that they stole confiscated weapons from the sheriff's office.

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