Sex offender is sent back for 6.7 years


frederick hollman copyA 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.

Court records show that Mr. Hollman once before violated probation by not being at his residence in Bradenton when a probation officer checked on him.

In other cases from the April 19 session:

• Judge Phyllis Rosier ordered Laresa Paige of Macclenny onto a two-year house arrest followed by three years on probation after she entered a no contest plea to burglary and grand theft.

Ms. Paige, 21, was an accomplice in an armed home invasion north of Glen on March 3 of last year. Two co-defendants, including her boyfriend Joshua Plummer, are serving lengthy prison terms.
She dropped off and picked up the defendants from the scene off CR 125 north.

• Michael McNeill pleaded no contest to twin counts of trafficking in stolen property and will serve a year in county jail, followed by three years on probation.

The state dropped two counts of firearm theft as part of the plea agreement.

• Kenneth Trout will be on probation one year after he is released from a nine-month jail sentence for possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and having a forged driver’s license.

• Judge Rosier ordered a 364-day county jail sentence for Marleon Farmer and revoked an earlier probation for grand theft.

He pleaded no contest to felony fleeing police and driving on a suspended license. The state dropped counts of reckless driving and possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Kristopher Legg got credit for 26 days he has already been in jail off a nine-month term for grand theft.

• Dominique Daneils pleaded no contest to marijuana possession with intent to sell and sale of marijuana and will be on probation 30 months.

He was assessed $598 in court costs and a $250 investigative fee.

From the March 31 court session:

• The state dropped a count of armed burglary against Ashley Goodwin and she pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of grand theft to receive a year’s sentence in county jail.
She will be on drug offender probation two years following release, and will have to pay $261 restitution.

• Keisha Smith will serve a half-year in jail followed by two years on drug offender probation for introducing contraband into Baker Correctional last fall.

• Roman Thompson pleaded no contest to sale of marijuana near a school and possession with intent to sell, and was given six months in jail followed by 18 months on drug offender probation.
Judge Rosier withheld adjudication of guilt and assessed Mr. Thompson $220 in investigative costs.

• Chester Jefferson will be on house arrest two years after pleading no contest to two counts of forgery. The sentence will run concurrently with one in Bradford County.

• Aubrey Ruise pleaded no contest to sale of a synthetic narcotic and will be on house arrest six months, following by a year on probation.
The state dropped a charged of possessing a controlled drug.

• Judge Rosier agreed to a 60-day house arrest for Darla Dice for contempt of court for failure to get two criminal cases against her referred to drug court.
The cases are for failure to report damage to an unattended vehicle and felony criminal mischief.

• Jimmy Hudnall pleaded no contest to sale and possession of marijuana and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and was sentenced to a year on house arrest followed by a similar term on drug offender probation.

Judge Rosier also ordered him to enroll in a parenting class.

• Rebecca Graves will be on probation 18 months for obtaining drugs by fraud and will also have to do 50 hours of community service in addition to seeking drug abuse evaluation and treatment.

Source: bakercountypress


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