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Bumpass Man Gets Prison Time For Narcotics Convictions

Bumpass Man Gets Prison Time For Narcotics Convictions

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A Louisa County man is heading to prison after he was convicted of narcotics convictions. 66-year-old Millard Chisholm has been convicted of dealing cocaine and marijuana, and a firearms violation. When he was sentenced Monday, the judge asked Chisholm about his claims that he was a guitarist for the Doobie Brothers in the 1970’s. Chisholm says he left the band before Michael McDonald was hired. 

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