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sentencing in oquist/svendsen case

I was forwarded this information from Janet George:

Fivea Sharipoff was sentenced June 24, 2008 in a 3 hour hearing. Family members of Kjersten and Angela read statements, Kelly Gronli read her own statement and one from her parents, and members of Fivea’s family read statements as well. In the end, the judge sentenced Fivea to a total of 16 years and 8 months in prison with no chance of early release. Upon her release, her driver’s license will be suspended for 8 years, and she will also be required to be under post-prison supervision for 3 years.

Here is a link to the Eugene Register-Guard’s article.

By Charles Noble

I'm the Assistant principal violist of the Oregon Symphony.

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