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    Sidney Moorer, charged with kidnapping in the disappearance of Heather Elvis, was released from jail Sept. 28, 2016 after serving 61 days in detention on a contempt charge. Moorer spoke briefly with reporters while he waited to be fitted for a GPS-monitoring device. Moorer was sentenced to five months in jail July 29, after a judge found him guilty of violating a gag order in his first trial on the kidnapping charge.

Sidney Moorer, charged with kidnapping in the disappearance of Heather Elvis, was released from jail Sept. 28, 2016 after serving 61 days in detention on a contempt charge. Moorer spoke briefly with reporters while he waited to be fitted for a GPS-monitoring device. Moorer was sentenced to five months in jail July 29, after a judge found him guilty of violating a gag order in his first trial on the kidnapping charge. eweaver@thesunnews.com
Sidney Moorer, charged with kidnapping in the disappearance of Heather Elvis, was released from jail Sept. 28, 2016 after serving 61 days in detention on a contempt charge. Moorer spoke briefly with reporters while he waited to be fitted for a GPS-monitoring device. Moorer was sentenced to five months in jail July 29, after a judge found him guilty of violating a gag order in his first trial on the kidnapping charge. eweaver@thesunnews.com

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