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Remlap man sentenced to 10 years prison for sexual abuse of two children under the age of 12

From Trussville Tribune staff reports

BLOUNT COUNTY —  Donald Fred Stallings, 65, of Remlap, was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday, almost one year to the day he pleaded guilty to one charge. He was charged with two counts of sexual abuse of a child under the age of 12 according to Carol Robinson.

Donald Fred Stallings Photo courtesy of Blount County Jail

Donald Fred Stallings Photo courtesy of Blount County Jail

The second charge, however, came when prosecutors in the Blount County district attorney’s office came across some photos on Stallings’ Facebook page that made them a little uneasy. The photos were of Stallings and a girl who always seemed to be uncomfortable. After some investigation, it was revealed Stallings had also abused the second child.

“When I notified the victim, who was waiting in my office, that she would not have to testify and that her perpetrator had admitted his guilty, she broke down in tears,” Blount County District Attorney Pamela Casey said in January 2016. “She said, ‘I feel like a champion.”’

On Tuesday, Stallings entered a second guilty plea before his sentencing.

Stallings has been in the Blount County Correctional Facility since January 2016,and must serve the mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison.

Comments

  1. Grow pot you get 6 -10 yrs. Abuse a child you get 10. Humm

    Give secret info to our enemies and 100s killed, the president gives you a pardon. Humm

    Pot growing is illegal but no one is forcing you to buy it.
    A child is an innocent victim so anyone harming a child should receive max punishment. To me that’s Death.

    The pardon of a traitor to this country is on the president.

  2. He should get a life sentence at the least, that is how long this child will have to live with this, it is no excuse.

  3. Do not judge until you know the story. This is my father, yes, and yes, my daughter was one of his accusers. The other was a vindictive liar . This man dedicated 25 years of his life to the Boy Scouts of America, and helped raise several female relatives and never one claim was ever made, because he is not that type of man. There are hundreds, thousands, who are found guilty through faulty investigations, and my father is one, because there was no investigation conducted, just assumptions by DHR. You do not know the story, you were not involved, keep your biased, one sided, media following sheep opinions to yourselves. And before you say anything, I stand by him, AND my daughter, so sling your rhetoric at me, I got this.

  4. Your journalism skills are as comprehensive as Blount County DA investigations, no facts, just presumption and speculation, and mass hysteria witch hunting.

  5. ^ lol he pleaded guilty? I think the sickest part of all of this is that the victims own father is standing by her abuser.

  6. You do not know the circumstances, or the people, so who cares what you think is sick. What is sick is the injustice of a lack of investigation on the behalf of Pam Casey and Blount County that led an innocent man to jail. Everyone is quick to throw stones when you do not know the whole story. I bet you are all loving Christians too………………..

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