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Cambridge Man Released from Jail after Accepting a Plea for Probation and Time Served

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A Cambridge man accepted a plea deal for his three pending cases on April 23, 2024, that allowed him to be released from the Henry County Jail for time served. Michael Moore received probation, jail time, fines, and a stayed jail sentence from his plea agreement. On December 17, 2022, a Henry County Sheriff’s Office Deputy attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle with expired plates.  The vehicle fled from the deputy and was later located with Michael Moore driving on a suspended license. On December 30, 2023, Moore was a passenger in a vehicle during a traffic stop, and 1.4 grams of meth were found in his pocket. On February 25, 2024, Michael Moore was arrested for throwing a woman to the ground, punching her, and scratching her.  Meth was also found on his person.

2022MT778 – Moore pleaded guilty to counts one and two.  He received 60 days in jail, with day-for-day credit, credit for time served, and a $500 fine, for Fleeing from Police. He received 60 days in jail, with day-for-day credit, credit for time served, and a $100 fine, for driving on a suspended license.

2023CF32 – Moore pleaded guilty to the single count of Possession of Meth. He got 24 months of probation, 180 days in jail (stayed), a $1,000 fine, must submit a DNA Sample, submit to random testing, seek drug evaluation and recommended treatment, and not allowed to consume illegal drugs.

2024CF70 – Moore pleaded guilty to counts one and two; Possession of Meth and Domestic Battery/Physical Contact. He received 30 months of probation, 180 days in jail (stayed), a $1,000 fine, submit a DNA Sample, submit to random testing, and not allowed to consume illegal drugs, for Possession of Meth. He received 24 months of probation, 180 days in jail (stayed), a $100 fine, must seek a Domestic Violence evaluation, and is not to have contact with the victim, for domestic battery.

Michael Moore was originally charged with Possession of Meth <5 Grams (Class 3 Felony) for case 2023CF32; Fleeing/Attempt to Elude (Class A Misdemeanor), Driving on a Suspended License (Class A Misdemeanor), Improper use of Registration (Class C Misdemeanor) and Speeding 15-20 Above (Class P Offense); Possession of Meth <5 Grams (Class 3 Felony), Domestic Battery/Physical Contact (Class A Misdemeanor), Domestic Battery/Bodily Harm (Class A Misdemeanor), and Intefer with Reporting Domestic Violence (Class A Misdemeanor) for case 2024CF70.

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