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Eloy woman sentenced to 24 years in child abuse case/in News, Significant Sentences /by Michael Pelton
(FLORENCE, AZ) - An Eloy woman has been sentenced to more than two decades in prison in a child abuse case involving a boy who suffered severe injuries across his entire body. On May 22nd, 2023, Pinal County Superior Court Judge Steven Fuller sentenced Claudia Genis, 32, to 24 years of flat time in the […]
Mesa man sentenced to seven years for sexually assaulting woman in public/in News, Significant Sentences /by Michael Pelton
(FLORENCE, AZ) - A Mesa man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for sexually assaulting a pregnant woman at a Casa Grande Walmart. On May 22nd, 2023, Pinal County Superior Court Judge Daniel Washburn sentenced Andrew Magana, 21, to seven years in the Arizona Department of Corrections. In April, a jury found Magana […]
San Tan Valley man sentenced to 8 years for drug, weapons offenses/in Significant Sentences /by Michael Pelton
(FLORENCE, AZ) - A San Tan Valley man has been sentenced to nearly a decade in prison for multiple drug and weapons offenses. On April 24th, 2023, Pinal County Superior Court Judge Steven Fuller sentenced Michael Phillips, 51, to eight years in the Arizona Department of Corrections. In January, a jury found Phillips guilty of […]