LIVINGSTON COUNTY – After a drawn-out legal process in which Lima resident Mark Krebbecks was tried and found guilty of felony Falsifying Business Records and given weekends in jail, he has been rearrested on contraband charges after being caught with pills he was allegedly sneaking into jail.
According to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, Krebbecks, 45, was rearrested on March 16 and charged with Promoting Dangerous Prison Contraband in the First Degree, an E felony.
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Livingston County Assistant District Attorney Victor Rowcliffe said that the DA’s office will be seeking second felony offender treatment for Krebbecks, which makes him eligible for a much harsher potential sentence, given that he was convicted of Falsifying Business Records, also an E felony, just in January.
Krebbeck’s fraud conviction stems from an incident where he made several withdrawals from an ATM and falsely claimed on the stand that someone had stolen the money.
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