Huffman Sentenced to 11 Months Prison on Four Counts of Importuning



On June 9th, 2021, Chase Huffman was sentenced to 11 months in prison for four counts of Importuning, felonies of the 4th degree. Mr. Huffman was originally sentenced to complete sex offender treatment at the Alvis House. He was discharged unsuccessfully from that program due to possessing Methamphetamine. This case was investigated by the Knox County Sheriff Office and prosecuted by Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Christine Williams.

 

Information courtesy of the Knox County Prosecutor’s Office

One thought on “Huffman Sentenced to 11 Months Prison on Four Counts of Importuning

  1. This guy seems to think that this is a game. It appears that he has no remorse and doesn’t appear to be a candidate for rehabilitation and upon release he will revert back to his prior activity

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