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Two men sentence in Logan County Circuit Court during October for charges stemming from sexual assault. Jordan Vance (left) was sentence for failing to register as a sex offender. Adam Thompson (right) was sentence for second degree sexual assault. Their cases are unrelated
LOGAN Two men recently received sentences in Logan County Court in regards to sexual assault charges.
According to the Logan County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, one of the sentences was for a sexual assault conviction and the other for failure to register as a sex offender.
Back on October sixth, 22-year-old Jordan Vance received a definite sentence of ten years after violating his release provisions.
Vance was previously convicted of sexual assault in the third degree and required a life-time registration as a sex offender. He was also sentenced to twenty years of post-conviction supervised release.
Logan County Prosecutor David Wandling filed a petition to revoke Vance’s supervised release for failing to register as sex offender. Logan County Circuit Court Judge Josh Butcher sentenced Vance to the maximum sentence of ten years for violating conditions of release on at least three occasions.
Vance has been indicted for failure to register as a sex offender second offense and is currently awaiting trial. He faces 10-25 years if convicted on the new indictment.
On October eighteenth, 38-year-old Adam Thompson was sentenced to no less than ten and no more than 25 years in prison following a plea to the charge of sexual assault in the second degree.
Judge Butcher ordered Thompson to serve 50 years of post-conviction supervised release. Thompson must also register as a sex offender for life.
The two cases are unrelated.