Man ordered to program after stealing father’s law enforcement badge, vests |

Man ordered to program after stealing father’s law enforcement badge, vests

The Record-Courier

MINDEN – The son of a Douglas County sheriff’s lieutenant agreed Tuesday to attend a state-run regimental discipline program which may mean he can avoid prison for attempted grand theft.

Kacy Logan, 18, pleaded guilty Dec. 20 to taking a badge, two bullet-proof vests and a police radio from the home of his father, Lt. Keith Logan.

He faced up to four years in Nevada State Prison and a $5,000 fine if the offense were treated as a felony.

If Logan successfully completes the discipline program, the charge would be treated as a gross misdemeanor.

“I recommend really strongly that you do this,” said District Judge Dave Gamble. “Nobody here wants to see you in this courtroom again.

“It’s going to be the hardest thing you ever do, but if you successfully complete this, it’s going to tell me that you want to change your life around.”

Gamble delayed sentencing pending completion of the six-month program.

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