Articles Tagged with conviction

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A man with a previous conviction involving a sex crime with a minor has been accused of walking 351 miles in an alleged attempt to fornicate with a teenager that he reportedly believed was 14-years-old.

On October 1, a man made contact with someone on Facebook using the name “Kylee” with the profile information of a 14-year-old girl. The girl was listed as a resident of Neenah, Wisconsin.

A Winnebago County Sheriff’s Deputy with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force was operating the account associated with Kylee’s profile in an attempt to try to find people with the intention of making inappropriate contact with underage internet users.

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A man from Alabama who received a life sentence after stealing $50 from a bakery is scheduled to be released from prison after his case caught the attention of a judge.

58-year-old Alvin Kennard has been incarcerated for the past 36 years due to a conviction for first-degree robbery when he stole $50 from the Highland Bakery in Bessemer with a knife in hand.

In 1984, Alabama law included the Habitual Felony Offender Act, which determined that a fourth-time offender would be issued a lifetime sentence.