Jack stands larceny charge dismissed against assistant district attorney

Jack stands larceny charge dismissed against assistant district attorney

The first assistant district attorney for Logan and Payne County, who was accused of taking $30 jack stands from his ex-wife’s house, no longer faces the felony larceny charge.

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The charge was dismissed by an Oklahoma County judge Tuesday morning against Kevin Etherington.

In March, prosecutors alleged Etherington, 47, took a pair of jacks on Jan. 4 from his ex-wife’s Edmond home after entering without permission after dropping off their 9-year-old daughter. Related articleLogan County first assistant DA charged with felony

Etherington’s ex-wife, Aaron Etherington, is currently an Oklahoma County assistant district attorney. Etherington is a former Oklahoma County assistant district attorney.

After the March arrest, Etherington in a statement said the truth would prevail in the case.

“Once the truth comes out it will be obvious that a civil issue was transformed into a felony charge.”

The Etherington’s divorce was finalized in July 2016.

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