Pattum receives plea deal in complicated case

By REBECCA CHAISSON

Daily News Editor

A Jennings man received three years of supervised probation for a cocaine possession charge in a case that was quite complicated for the court, according to Jeff Davis Parish District Attorney Michael Cassidy.

The defendant, Jermaine Pattum, pled guilty to the charge, but saw the court defer imposition of his sentence. Instead, he received three years of supervised probation, along with fines and court costs. Pattum must also be evaluated by a court-approved disorder clinic at his expense and comply with any recommendations; submit to unannounced and random drug screens at the his expense and at the probation officer’s discretion during the term of probation; and pay a $50 per month supervised probation fee.

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