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Charles E. Green Jr. It took about three weeks for Detective Green to realize how many young girls may have been groomed by Charles Green. Police investigated allegations related to more than a dozen girls and 50 felonies. Ultimately, Charles Green was charged with more than 25 felonies but pleaded to six.
One of his daughters told police she believed Charles Green used surveillance cameras to watch her and her friend undress, according to court documents. The daughter also said she once saw her father watching a sexually explicit video of one of her friends, according to court documents. Green frequently provided drugs and alcohol to teenagers at his house as an enticement for them to come over, according to court records. After years of court dates and investigation, Green pleaded guilty in May to one count of first-degree child molestation and two counts of second-degree child molestation.
He received a sentence of 98 months to life for the first-degree charge and 57 months for each of the second-degree charges, all to be served concurrently. On Wednesday, he pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree domestic violence assault and one count of communication with a minor for immoral purposes.
He was sentenced to 57 months for each of the assault charges and 60 months for the communication charge. Charles Green is required to petition for release and prove he is not a threat to society as part of his sentence for first-degree child molestation. If he is released, Charles Green will have to register as a sex offender and be under the supervision of the Department of Corrections for the rest of his life.
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‘Prolific child predator’ sentenced to 8 years in prison for child molestation, sexting daughters’ underage friends