Probation revoked for Lansing man convicted of child exploitation
Probation revoked for Lansing man convicted of sexual exploitation of a child
Lansing resident Jesse Lee Thomas, 24, was sentenced to prison for 32 months Wednesday by Leavenworth County District Court Judge Gunnar Sundby, for violating his probation, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced Wednesday.
Thomas pled guilty to two counts of sexual exploitation of a child on July 7, 2010, and was sentenced to 36 months probation with Community Corrections with an underlying sentence of 32 months prison on Aug. 17, 2010. At a probation violation hearing Wednesday, Thomas’ probation was revoked, and he was sentenced to serve his original sentence of 32 months in prison, plus 24 months post-release supervision. The case was prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Amy Hanley from Schmidt’s office.
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