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Felony against ex-ag agent dismissed

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Animal cruelty charge still pending

By Stephen Lega

Marion Circuit Judge Doughlas George has dismissed a felony charge of tampering with physical evidence against Ed Lanham Jr.

Lanham is the former Marion County Agriculture Extension Agent. He was indicted in May for tampering with physical evidence (a felony) and second-degree cruelty to animals (a misdemeanor).

As a result of the felony dismissal, Lanham's case has been remanded to Marion District Court.


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