Former Commercial Fishermen’s Festival director resentenced after appeal

AR-160429677.jpg&MaxW=600The former director of the Commercial Fishermen’s Festival who stole money out of festival bank accounts, took signs and autographed memorabilia and kept a dunk tank was resentenced Thursday in Clatsop County Circuit Court. Ronald Kay Williams, 51, was originally sentenced to more than three years in prison in 2013 after a jury found him guilty of first-degree aggravated theft, first-degree theft and tampering with a witness. He immediately appealed the sentence, specifically claiming he never knew the person he contacted would be a witness in his trial. Read the rest here 08:18