Malakoff man gets 15 years for drugs

April 2012
Malakoff News (TX);4/20/2012, Vol. 103 Issue 14, p3A
The article reports that Joey Tamojermone Givens of Malakoff, Texas was sentenced to a 15-year imprisonment by the Third District Court Judge Mark Calhoon after pleading guilty for the possession of illegal drugs.


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