A former Baker County resident who had been residing in the Bradenton-Sarasota area was sent back to prison for 6.7 years for violating probation in two sexual abuse cases dating back to 1997.
Fredrick Hollman, 50, admitted in circuit court here on April 19 to several violations including residing with his wife and children in the summer and fall of last year.
The defendant, a long-distance truck driver, also admitted to falsifying driving logs, a violation of federal interstate commerce rules. Terms of probation routinely require adherence to all statutes — local, state and federal.
Mr. Hollman gets credit for 1759 days he has already served of the original sentence of 60 months. Upon release in less than two years, he will be on sex offender probation.
The defendant was convicted of twin counts of lewd and lascivious acts on children less than 16 years of age. He was originally charged with six counts of the offenses in 2009. (more…)