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Salisbury Man Gets Prison in Sex Abuse Case

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James Allen Guy Sr. James Allen Guy Sr.

SALISBURY, Md.- A 65-year-old Salisbury man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexually abusing two children.

James Allen Guy Sr. appeared in Wicomico County Circuit Court on Tuesday where he pleaded guilty to and was convicted of two counts of sex abuse of a minor. Judge Kathleen L. Beckstead sentenced Guy to a total of 30 years in the Division of Corrections. According to prosecutors, Guy will be required to serve half of his sentence before being eligible for parole. Upon his release, Guy will register as a Tier III (high-risk) sex offender and be supervised for the remainder of his life.

According to the Maryland Judiciary Case Search, the abuse occurred between Jan. 1 and March 16 of this year and involved two pre-teens. The case search also shows that because the charges were crimes of "violence," the court recommended Guy receive treatment at a sex offender program available through the DOC.

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