Josh Jackson must attend anger management classes, refrain from alcohol and recreational drugs for 12 months and write a letter of apology as part of a diversion agreement stemming from a December incident at the Yacht Club in Lawrence.
Josh Jackson must attend anger management classes, refrain from alcohol and recreational drugs for 12 months and write a letter of apology as part of a diversion agreement stemming from a December incident at the Yacht Club in Lawrence. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Josh Jackson must attend anger management classes, refrain from alcohol and recreational drugs for 12 months and write a letter of apology as part of a diversion agreement stemming from a December incident at the Yacht Club in Lawrence. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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