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Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 12:00 am

I wish to offer my apology to my family, my friends, my associates and the community for my actions on the evening of September 29 which led to my arrest at my Kernville home. I’ve recently been diagnosed with adult onset type 2 diabetes. Having been a strong and healthy person my whole life I did not want to accept my illness, much less the lifestyle changes that diabetes requires. I instead chose denial. Being new to the disease, I did not realize how extreme the consequences of this choice could be.

Given all the facts of this incident, the District Attorney has decided not to pursue any charges against me.

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