Corey Aulburn Cinnamon, left, and Derrick Dalton Goins
CORRECTION: (7-2-14) Corey Aulburn Cinnamon was ordered to serve 48 hours in jail, as well as the other sentences listed below including the 11/29 probation and being added to the convicted sex offender registry. The clerk's office apparently misread his judgement sheet when contacted by the Times-News Tuesday and didn't mention the jail time as part of his sentence.
Assistant attorney general David Baker said Cinnamon was given
for his lack of any prior criminal record, but he was not allowed to
seek judicial diversion which would allow him to expunge his record after completing probation.
Cinnamon pleaded guilty to solicitation of a minor as charged and was never
offered any reduction to his charge, Baker noted. The three
juveniles were charged and pleaded guilty to charges in juvenile
court, Baker added.
ROGERSVILLE — Two Hawkins County men accused of attempting to lure three 13-year-old girls to a 3 a.m. sex party late last year were sentenced to probation Monday in Hawkins County Sessions Court.
One of the males, Corey Aulburn Cinnamon, 19, 1900 Route 66-S, Bulls Gap, will also be added to the convicted sex offender registry. Cinnamon pleaded guilty Monday to one count of solicitation of a minor.
Police said Derrick Dalton Goins, 20, 1177 McKinney Chapel Road, Rogersville, was driving to Cinnamon's house on Nov. 13, 2013 when he was stopped by the Hawkins County Sheriff's Office on Rt. 66 at 3 a.m. for a loud muffler. Goins had three 13-year-old girls in the car when he was stopped.
Goins initially stated the girls were related to him, but one of the girls gave a statement that they only knew Goins from Facebook.
She reportedly stated Goins had come to her house and picked the three of them up to take them to Cinnamon's house
According to reports, it was discovered that one of the 13-year-old girls had exchanged messages via Facebook with Goins, "enticing him to pick her and her two juvenile friends up, and take them to the Bulls Gap address."
Cinnamon had reportedly texted one of the 13-year-old girls about "hanging out," "taking a shower" together, and having sex at his parents' house.
Goins was originally charged with three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, loud muffler, no insurance and registration violation.
He pleaded guilty Monday before Judge J. Todd Ross to one count of contributing to the delinquency of a minor in exchange for 11 months and 29 days of probation and 96 hours of community service.
Aside from being placed on the convicted sex offender registry, Cinnamon was sentenced by Ross to 11 months and 29 days of probation and 96 hours of community service.comments powered by Disqus