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Albany man sentenced to seven years in prison in Polk County sex abuse case. (2d Update 5:27 p.m.) - 04/02/19

DALLAS (OR) – Ryan Casey Villemyer, of Albany, was sentenced today to serve seven years in prison by Polk County Circuit Court Judge Norm Hill after being convicted of two counts of sex abuse in the first degree in a jury trial held last month. Judge Hill ordered Villemyer, 34, to serve a term of 45 months Post-Prison supervision upon his release and to pay restitution to the victim. The case was prosecuted by Chief Deputy Jayme Kimberly of the Polk County District Attorney’s Office and investigated by the Monmouth and Albany Police Departments.

Portland man sentenced to serve four years in prison for ID Theft. (Updated) - 04/02/19

DALLAS (OR) – Ryan Casey Villemyer, of Albany, was sentenced today to serve seven years in prison by Polk County Circuit Court Judge Norm Hill after being convicted of two counts of sex abuse in the first degree in a jury trial held last month. Judge Hill ordered Villemyer, 34, to serve a term of 45 months Post-Prison supervision upon his release and to pay restitution to the victim. The case was prosecuted by Chief Deputy Jayme Kimberly of the Polk County District Attorney’s Office and investigated by the Monmouth and Albany Police Departments.

Albany man sentenced to seven years in prison in Polk County sex abuse case. - 04/02/19

DALLAS (OR) – Ryan Casey Villemyer, of Albany, was sentenced today to serve seven years in prison by Polk County Circuit Court Judge Norm Hill after being convicted of two counts of sex abuse in the first degree in a jury trial held last month. Judge Hill ordered Villemyer, 34, to serve a term of 45 months Post-Prison supervision upon his release and to pay restitution to the victim. The case was prosecuted by Chief Deputy Jayme Kimberly of the Polk County Attorney’s Office and investigated by the Monmouth and Albany Police Departments.