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Central Texans on list of President's commutations and pardons

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President Barack Obama granted commutations and pardons to several Central Texas inmates. 

The President granted commutations to 153 individuals and pardons to 78 others. 

  • Keith O. Cobb from Waco. Cobb's offense was conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine (1995). His sentence was 400 months of imprisonment and five years of supervised release. His commutation grant was his sentence would expire on Dec. 19 2018 and unpaid balance of the $10,000 fine to be remitted at time of his release.
  • Gerald Anthony Harris from Killeen. Harris' offense was conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute "crack" cocaine (1997). His sentence was life imprisonment with five years supervised release, and a $3,000 fine. His commutation grant was that his sentence would end on April 18, 2017 and an unpaid balance of $3,000 fine remitted. 
  • Terry Conlenzo Huffman from Calvert. Ruffman's offense was possession with intent to distribute cocaine (2007). His sentence was life imprisonment with 10 years of supervised release and a $3,000 fine. His commutation sentence was that his sentence will expire on Dec. 19, 2018 and the balance of the $3,000 fine remitted at the time of his release. 

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