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Three Sentenced on Felonies


September 18, 2015


MOUNT VERNON – Three felony defendants were sentenced Friday in the Knox County Court of Common Pleas.

 

James Hess, 40, of Mount Vernon, was sentenced today on one count of Theft and one count of Breaking and Entering, both fifth degree felonies. According to Knox County Prosecutor Chip McConville, Hess was caught stealing tools out of the back of two trucks parked at Fiesta on High Street during the lunch hour. He was ordered to serve a definite term of 11 months in on each count, to be served concurrently. He was ordered to pay restitution to the victims totaling $650 and court costs.

 

Jackie Laughton, 44, of Mount Vernon, was sentenced today for Aggravated Drug Trafficking. Laughton was caught selling methamphetamine during an undercover operation earlier this year. She was sentenced to 120 days in jail with credit for 4 days served. She also received a mandatory 6 month driver’s license suspension and will be placed on community control for three years. Laughton will have to complete a drug and alcohol assessment, a mental health assessment, maintain full-time employment and continue with drug and alcohol use monitoring. If she fails to comply with the conditions of community control she could face up to 11 months in prison.

 

Aaron Paulley, 40, of Fredericktown, was sentenced on two counts of Illegal Use of a Minor in Nudity-Oriented Material or Performance, felonies of the fifth degree. Paulley downloaded the contents of a minor’s phone, which contained nude photographs, and failed to delete or report the photos after their discovery. He was ordered to serve 60 days in jail with 34 days credit for time already served. He will be placed on three years of community control and must participate in a sex offender program. Paulley will also have to register as a Tier I sex offender for 15 years, and was ordered to pay court costs. If Paulley violates the terms of his community control, he could face up to 11 months in prison on each count.

 

David M. Rodgers, 22, of Mount Vernon, was resentenced on one count of Theft and one count of Forgery, both fifth degree felonies. Rodgers failed to comply with the terms of his community control by not reporting to his probation officer since last November. He was sentenced to 11 months in prison for each count to be served concurrently, with 67 days of jail time credit.

 

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