Teen's Shock Probation Revoked

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Updated: 12/15/2011 6:58 pm
Jamar Mays, the man who shot and killed a friend, is back in jail after violating the terms of his probation, according to a Fayette County judge.

Mays pleaded guilty to manslaughter after the shooting death of Ali Shalash in 2009. Judge Ernesto Scorsone granted Mays shock probation when he turned 18. But the judge says Mays didn't report to his probation office, didn't comply with community service requirements, and didn't pay court fees. Because of that, he was ordered back to jail.
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