Earlier today, Clarence Crayton, Sr. (56) was convicted by a Hancock County jury of the offense of Aggravated Assault. He received a sentence of 10 years with the first 2 years to be served in confinement in the Georgia Department of Corrections.
The Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia affirmed today that it is reasonable to require that an individual convicted of molesting children not have access to children, including his own. Clifford Wheat entered a plea of guilty to several counts of child molestation. While serving prison time for his crimes, Wheat appealed the trial court's denial of lifting a condition of his sentence that he not be allowed to have contact with minors. The Court of Appeals agreed with
Christopher Lee Hewell, 37, was convicted by a Greene County jury of Burglary in the 1st degree and 2 counts of Theft by Taking. Hewell had been a handyman performing work around the victim’s house and began stealing from him over a period of time. When the homeowner left to go out of town, Hewell entered and stole a television and a gas blower. Hewell also stole items from another individual that rented a room in the house that Hewell lived in. Some, but not all, of the it