Allegations of cattle rustling and two guilty verdicts landed two Harrison Countians in jail last week.
Amanda May and Clarence Rogers Jr. were found guilty of receiving stolen property more than $500 and less than $10,000.
The pair was convicted on Wednesday, Oct. 23, in Harrison Circuit Court and a formal sentencing was set for Nov. 5.
The Commonwealth recommended that they be sentenced to serve a maximum of one year in prison. However, the sentencing was delayed to Nov. 5 pending a presentence investigation.
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