Junction City Woman Sentenced to Probation on Aggravated Criminal Sexual Abuse Cases
A Predatory Criminal Sexual Assault and 7 Criminal Sexual to a Family Member Under 18 Were Dropped as Part of Earlier Plea
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Dallas Holt

A 21-year-old Junction City woman has been sentenced to four years sex offender probation after earlier pleading guilty to two counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

Dallas Holt of East 8th Street admitting to committing sex acts with two underage family members. As part of an earlier plea, Holt had one Class X count of predatory criminal sexual assault and seven criminal sexual assault to a family member under the age of 18 dropped.

Assistant State Attorney Melissa Doran argued for prison time, but Judge Mark Stedelin found no evidence in aggravation. The judge ordered Holt to complete the counseling through 'Choices' program, was given credit for time served, ordered to pay court costs, and complete a job search. Holt will also be subject to search and be prohibited from using alcohol or illegal substances.

Holt is the daughter of Gary and Patricia Speagle who each earlier received 110-year prison terms on multiple sexual assault charges against other family members.

Holt and her parents were arrested after computers and other electronic devices in their home documented some of the sexual assault and abuse. The investigation began in October of last year when a person asked to make repairs to Speagle's computer found the child pornography and reported it to authorities.

State's Attorney Bill Milner says all reports prepared for the court indicate Holt was not likely to be a re-offender.


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