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Suring village president pays fine after lying to deputy

9:26 AM, Dec. 30, 2012
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The Suring Village president was convicted of disorderly conduct for lying to an Oconto County Sheriff's Department deputy about the theft of a wood boiler that was being stored on his property.

Jay Tousey, 65, was originally charged with obstruction of an officer, which was amended to disorderly conduct as part of a plea agreement. He pleaded no contest to that charge and was sentenced by Judge Jay N. Conley to pay $631 fine and court costs.

According to a criminal complaint filed on Nov. 14, Tousey lied to an Oconto County Sheriff's Department deputy who was investigating the theft of wood ...

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