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Cade Eversole, 20, of Fenton, pleaded guilty Tuesday, Nov. 19 to stealing more than $30,000 worth of Club Keno lottery tickets. The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office obtained an arrest warrant against Eversole on one count of forging/counterfeiting a lottery ticket and one count of unauthorized computer use. Authorities say Eversole accessed a lottery machine on Sept. 15 at Tyrone Party Store, at the corner of Old U.S. 23 and Center Road in Tyrone Township, for $10,168. Lt. Jim Lynch said a subsequent investigation revealed that Eversole had illegally printed Keno tickets on multiple occasions between February 2019 and September 2019 for a total of $31,340 in unauthorized transactions. With the plea agreement, he pleaded guilty as charged and prosecutors would recommend sentencing under the Holmes Youth Trainee Act (HYTA), which would remove his criminal record following his probation. He faces up to five years in prison.

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