PINEDALE – A jury in the Ninth District Court delivered its verdict Friday afternoon in the case of the State versus Bradley Clingman, former Sublette County waste management supervisor. The jury found Clingman guilty of all nine counts he stood accused of.
The charges were seven felonies and two misdemeanors for larceny by bailee, wrongful appropriation of public property and failure to account for, pay over or deliver property. Clingman’s trial began Tuesday under Judge Marv Tyler and culminated with Friday’s verdict.
Sentencing will not take place for several weeks, after a pre-sentence investigation and substance abuse evaluation have been completed. Clingman was remanded into custody after the verdict was read. Michael Schilling, Clingman’s attorney, asked the court to consider post-conviction release.
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