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Former manager of Peerless Woolen Mill in Rossville banished from 4 Georgia counties

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The former property manager of Peerless Woolen Mill in Rossville no longer is allowed to step inside Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade or Walker counties.

Les Coffey, 46, said he pleaded no contest in Walker County Superior Court on Monday to charges of terroristic threats, theft and four counts of interference with government property. As part of a plea deal, he will be on probation for seven years.

He cannot contact one of his former tenants or any Rossville city employees. He also must pay restitution to the city and to that tenant, David Rowan, the owner of a company called Tek-Mak. And, for the next seven years, Coffey must stay out of the four counties that form the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit.

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