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Anger management ordered for Charleston man who threatened woman
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Anger management ordered for Charleston man who threatened woman

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CHARLESTON — Anger management counseling was one of the terms of the sentence for a man who admitted threatening a woman in Charleston.

Jason E. Noe, 46, of Arcola, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor aggravated assault charge in connection with the July 1 incident.

The agreement in Noe’s case included dismissal of a domestic battery charge that accused him of throwing the woman to the ground. That charge was a felony offense because Noe has prior domestic battery convictions.

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The counseling was one of the requirements of the two-year probation sentence Noe received.

Coles County Circuit Judge James Glenn sentenced Noe by accepting a plea agreement that State’s Attorney Jesse Danley and Assistant Public Defender Stephanie Corum recommended.


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Dave Fopay is a reporter for the JG-TC who covers Coles County, the local court system, Charleston schools and more.

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