Joshua P. Roach, 21, Danville, was convicted of two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor for engaging in sexual conduct with a 15 year old female victim, on October 18 and 25.  Roach was sentenced to concurrent 15 month prison terms for the offenses.  Roach was also classified as a Tier II sex offender, and when he is released from prison he will be required to register his address with authorities for 25 years. Lieutenant Dan Weckesser, Danville Police Department, and Detective Dan Bobo, Knox County Sheriff’s Office, investigated the case.

In separate cases, Michael A. Daley, 19, Danville, was convicted of breaking and entering and failing to provide change of address notification to the Sheriff’s Office.  Daley was sentenced to concurrent eleven month and 15 month prison terms for the offenses.  Thatcher said on October 26, Daley broke into a garage in Danville, and on October 16 he failed to register his address.  Thatcher said Daley is a sex offender due to a gross sexual imposition conviction, in 2010.  Lt. Weckesser, Danville Police Department, investigated the breaking and entering case and Deputy Dan Selby investigated the failure to register case.

Justin R. Stachler, 28, Mount Vernon, was convicted of attempted domestic violence for attempting to assault his live-in girlfriend, on October 10.  Stachler was sentenced to 90 days in jail and then a three year term of community control supervision.  While on supervision Stachler must complete an anger management counseling program.  Stachler will serve an eleven month prison sentence if he violates his supervision terms.  Patrolman Qade Lewis, Mount Vernon Police Department, investigated the case.

Jason K. Hutton, 30, Mount Vernon, was convicted of theft and forgery for stealing and forging a check for $300.00.  Hutton was sentenced to 60 days in jail and then a three year term of community control supervision.  He was also ordered to pay restitution to the crime victim.  Hutton will serve an eleven month prison sentence if he violates his supervision terms.  Patrolman Mike Wheeler, MVPD, investigated the case.

Donald E. Souder, 67, Utica, was convicted of gross sexual imposition for having sexual contact with a 32 year old developmentally disabled woman, on October 25.  Souder drove the bus the victim rode to New Hope Industries.  Souder was sentenced to 60 days in jail and then a three year term of community control supervision.  A 17 month prison sentence was suspended while Souder is being supervised.  When he is released from jail Souder will be required to complete a sex offender treatment program.  Souder was also classified as a Tier I sex offender, and he when he is released from jail he will be required to register his address with authorities for 15 years.  Detective James Ferenbaugh, KCSO, investigated the case.

James V. Duncan, Jr., 23, Mount Vernon, was convicted of theft from an elderly person for stealing a washer and dryer from an 84 year old victim, on October 31.  Thatcher said the items were taken out of an abandoned house owned by the victim.  Duncan was sentenced to 30 days in jail and then a three year term of community control supervision.  An eleven month prison sentence was suspended while Duncan is being supervised.  Deputy Brandon Minot, KCSO, investigated the case.

 

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