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Sunday, December 4, 2011
[CA] Judge says ex-deputy Freeman tried to steal his daughter's humanity
FORMER SHERIFF'S DEPUTY SENTENCED FOR MOLESTING DAUGHTER: Man pleaded guilty to three counts of child molestation in exchange for a three year sentence.
Saturday, Dec 3, 2011
Updated 8:17 AM
[Excerpts] A Concord man and former Alameda County sheriff's deputy was sentenced Friday to three years in prison for molesting one of his daughters throughout her childhood. John Eric Freeman, 53, of Concord, pleaded guilty earlier this year to three counts of child molestation in exchange for the three year sentence handed down in Contra Costa County Superior Court this afternoon after hearing emotional statements from his four daughters and ex-wife... The judge condemned Freeman's acts as "disgusting" and "downright creepy" and said he had dishonored his former role as a law enforcement officer. "You spent many years as a police officer investigating theft offenses... what you did, you tried to steal someone's humanity - how dare you do that!" Haynes said, pointing at the defendant... [Full article here]
FORMER ALAMEDA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTY SENTENCED FOR CHILD MOLESTATION
Contra Costa Times
By Rick Hurd
[Excerpts] The prosecuting attorney is crediting a child molestation victim and her family for their perseverance after a Concord man convicted of the sexual misconduct was sentenced Friday... John Eric Freeman, 53, and a former Alameda County Sheriff's Office deputy, must serve at least 2 1/2 years of his sentence, will remain on parole for five years after his release and must register as a sex offender for life... "The victim waited a long, long time for justice, and they could've quit trying on this a long time ago," Graves said. "It was her perseverance and the family's perseverance that made this happen. To stick with it and stand up in a courtroom and face this man, that takes an awful lot of bravery. They deserve a lot of kudos for sticking with it."... [Full article here]
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