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Man back in jail after parole is revoked

Published July 21. 2014 04:01PM

Cody Kmetz, 22, of Nesquehoning, had his parole revoked on a charge of theft and was resentenced to a county jail term.

Carbon County Adult Probation officer Clifford Eckhart filed a petition to revoke Kmetz's parole for violating the condition that he complete 75 hours of community service work imposed by Judge Joseph J Matika. Kmetz did not complete the time ordered.

At a hearing held on July 11, Matika revoked Kmetz's parole and ordered him to immediately serve 75 days back time in the county prison.

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