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Possession of Controlled Substance, Intimidate/Harassing a Witness
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Kootenai County PD
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He got out of a rider and went to Good Samaritan IOP. After 2 months was released and was told that he could not reside in the Good Sam halfway house due to his religious beliefs; not being Christian. Cante lived in his grandmother's rental house for two weeks and found a halfway house that he could stay in. Apparently the judge didn't approve and told him he was violating him for not living in the Good Sam halfway house even though he was told that he couldn't.
Cante spent several weeks in jail and then the person running Good Sam changed their story and told the judge that they said that Cante could stay at Good Sam, however, the Good Sam program is directly tied to the court system and the judge allowed the person running Good Sam to lie about telling Cante he could live there. Cante was then released after several weeks in jail to the Good Sam program. Cante was incarcerated for not being Christian. There are witnesses to this that will testify.
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