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STAUNTON - A Fort Defiance man who sexually molested an unconscious woman in 2015 after she helped him run an errand was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison. Farrar, 44, pleaded guilty last summer to object sexual penetration by force.However, in February he tried to withdraw his guilty plea after claiming his original defense attorney told him he'd only get two or three years in prison. Ludwig denied the motion, allowing the guilty plea to stand.If you prefer to read your hometown newspaper electronically, then you will want to sign up for the Ralston Recorder Digital offer.Click here for a digital-only subscription to the Ralston Recorder. You will be notified in advance of any price increases. Virginia's sentencing guidelines, which are not binding, recommended that Farrar be sentenced anywhere from about 7 to 15 years behind bars.An arrest report said on March 15, 2015, that Farrar contacted the 29-year-old woman and went to her house to borrow money, according to the Augusta County Sheriff's Office.Seven-day newspaper subscribers get digital access at no extra charge; add it to your current subscription here. As a digital only subscriber you have access to all of our digital products - Omaha.com, mobile, apps, and e Paper.
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At a June 2016 court hearing, a rape charge and a misdemeanor filming charge were not prosecuted in exchange for Farrar's guilty plea to the penetration charge.
According to Martin, had the case gone to trial, a jury would have seen a picture of the naked woman passed out and slumped forward. Following Friday's hearing, Martin said, "We have an intense focus on sex offenses, and the victimization of women in this county won't be tolerated."In all, Farrar was sentenced to 20 years in prison with 10 years suspended.
Michael Lodberg Olsen (right), a Danish social entrepreneur, and volunteers Astrid Graugaard Jepsen (left) and Lea Olsen, with a repurposed ambulance dubbed “Sexelance” – a mobile unit where street sex workers can work without charge in a safe and clean environment while being guarded by volunteers from a distance, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Photograph: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Shanshan Chen In a dark tunnel in Copenhagen’s red light district on a freezing night, Annika gasped for air as the stranger who agreed to pay her for sex started suffocating her with his bare hands.