Habitual Felon (principal)
Adjudicated in Unknown
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Marty Mcjunkins is a
who was listed as being under the supervision of the department of corrections in Central Prison, North Carolina.
He was sentenced / adjudicated in Unknown County.
He was listed on the state department of corrections website below in relation to the criminal offense, Habitual Felon (principal)
on Saturday, February 6, 1999.
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