Flynn gets deferred sentence
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Wiping tears from his eyes, Jay Flynn told state District Judge E. Wayne Phillips that he is now "on the straight and narrow," and asked for leniency during a sentencing hearing Tuesday in state District Court.
Phillips sentenced Flynn to a three-year deferred sentence, combined fees and fines of $1,675, and 15 days at a pre-release center, where Flynn is to pay all expenses of his incarceration. In addition, Phillips ordered Flynn to pay $5,000 to the local Boys & Girls Club to help with drug prevention efforts for area youth.
Flynn pleaded no contest in October to a felony charge of crimi...