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SHEPHERDSVILLE - A felony charge against the former chairman of a youth football and cheerleading organization has been dismissed.
However, there is a good probability that the matter has not died.
Bullitt Circuit Judge Rodney Burress agreed to a motion by commonwealth attorney Michael Mann to dismiss the Class D felony of theft by unlawful taking over $300 against Shelly Strong.
Over the objection of her attorney Angie Etherton, Burress agreed to the dismissal without prejudice, which means the charges could be brought back to the grand jury.
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