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Recall leader Shasta sentenced to probation and anger management

REDDING, Calif. The leader of the Recall Shasta movement was sentenced Thursday to one year of probation by the Shasta County Superior Court.

Carlos Zapata must serve five days of community service, pay fines and miscellaneous fees, and complete 16 weeks of anger management course after being convicted of disturbing the peace on October 6. Besides not being able to contact Nathaniel Pinkey.

The charge stems from a fight on May 4 at a restaurant in Redding.

Elizabeth Bailey was sentenced to 12 months probation and 10 days community service and is due to complete 16 weeks anger management. He is prohibited from possessing or possessing a firearm, ammunition loading devices for 10 years and may be searched without a warrant for these items. She is also unable to contact Nathaniel Pinkney.

Christopher Meagher, who was also present at the incident, was sentenced to 12 months probation, 30 days in jail, completing a 16 week anger management course was prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm, ammunition loading devices for 10 years and may be searched without a warrant for these items. He is also unable to contact Nathaniel Pinkney.

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