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The church keyboardist accused of helping another church musician obtain a false commercial driver's license pleaded guilty last week to several felony charges.
Commonwealth’s Attorney Larry Cleveland, who is prosecuting the case in Franklin County Circuit Court, said Michael Sivils pleaded guilty to charges of second-degree unlawful access of a computer, forgery and tampering with physical evidence. All of the charges are class D felonies.
The unlawful access of a computer charge was amended from a class C felony as part of a plea agreement.
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