Gladstone man will serve time for lying to peace officer

A Gladstone man will spend 18 days in jail on a charge stemming from an April 2013 drug investigation.

Anthony Emmi has been sentenced to 20 days in jail for lying to a peace officer, with credit for two days served. He’ll also have a one-year delay of sentence for maintaining a drug house. If he completes a year of probation without incident, that offense will be wiped from his record.

Emmi was sentenced to two days in jail each for improper transportation of marijuana in a vehicle and possession of a firearm under the influence. Since he was credited with two days served on each of those charges, those two sentences are now behind him.

Emmi was arrested last July after a home on Superior Avenue in Gladstone was searched for drug activity.

 

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