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Senatobia Resident Convicted of Selling Counterfeit Items

SENATOBIA, Miss.- A man is going to prison after pleading guilty Thursday to selling counterfeit goods. Attorney General Jim Hood announced today that 42-year-old Keith Danner plead guilty in front of Tate County Circuit Court and Judge Jimmy McClure to felony sale of counterfeit goods, possession with intent to sell counterfeit goods and possession of codeine.

Danner was arrested back in March of last year, after investigators linked several hundred counterfeit items, including clothing and accessories.

In a joint task-force between the Attorney General’s office, Senatobia P.D., and Tate County D.A, Danner was sentenced to twenty years in the Department of Corrections, with ten years suspended, and ten years to serve, followed by five years of post-release supervision. He was also ordered to pay $1,000 towards investigation costs.

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