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John David Miles sentenced to prison time, fines for possession of firearms
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    A Statesboro man convicted  by federal court of possession of firearms by a convicted felon will face prison time as well as fines and other punitive measures.
    In United States District Court in Statesboro July 29, U.S. District Judge B. Avant Edenfield sentenced John David Miles, 60, to 18 months in federal prison to be followed by a 3 year term of supervised release.  Miles was also fined $3,600, in addition to a special assessment of $100, and was required to forfeit his interest in 14 seized firearms.     
    Miles must report to a prison facility to be designated by the Bureau of Prisons Sept. 1, said Edmund A. Booth, Jr., United States Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia.
    In this particular case, the U.S. government was represented by Assistant United States Attorneys James Durham and Carlton R. Bourne, Jr.
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