PINEDALE – Bradley Clingman, former Sublette County waste management supervisor, appeared in the Ninth District Court Friday before Judge Marv Tyler to receive sentencing for seven felony and two misdemeanor convictions. Clingman was convicted in August of larceny by bailee, wrongful appropriation of public property and failure to account for, pay over or deliver property while acting as waste management supervisor.
After nearly two hours of court proceedings Friday morning, Tyler delivered the sentence. On the seven felony counts, sentences ranged from four to five years to seven to nine years and fines of $5,000; misdemeanor convictions resulted in one year jail time and $1,000 fines.
With time and fines considered concurrent, Clingman will serve seven to nine years in a state department of corrections facility and will pay a $5,000 fine. He is also liable for $5,133.77 in restitution, the amount he was convicted of failing to deliver to the county, and $1,125 in court fees and assessments.
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