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Sentencing Delayed For Stepfather In Drowning Case

Sentencing Delayed For Stepfather In Drowning Case

Sentencing for the man who pled guilty to giving alcohol to minors, including his 12-year-old stepson who later drowned in the Meramac River has been delayed.   Todd Combs’ who pled guilty to seven counts of second-degree child endangerment last month was to have been sentenced Monday but it has been pushed back to July.  Forty-three-year-old Combs’ was attending a family picnic on August 5th when he admits he gave the minors alcohol.  His stepson, Christopher Marks was pulled from the river a few days later. 

 

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