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Truck Driver

Phone: (317) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: Los Angeles, California, United States
Celadon Group Inc.
9503 E. 33Rd St.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46235
United States

Company Description: Celadon Group, Inc. through its subsidiaries, provides long haul, full truckload services between the United States, Canada and Mexico. The Company’s primary...   more
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Kevin Peterson, right, listens ...
www.sltrib.com, 15 May 2013 [cached]
Kevin Peterson, right, listens during proceedings at the Second District Court Tuesday, August 4, 2009 in Ogden, Utah. NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner Utah man vindicated after serving 15 years for child sexual abuse Child sexual abuse > Utahn's son and daughter recanted after he served 15 years in prison.
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Kevin Peterson's case is full of contradictions.
He did it. He didn't do it. Then he did. But just days before his 55th birthday in late December, Peterson, who finished serving a 15-year sentence for the alleged crime in 2007, was cleared unequivocally of all wrongdoing after his kids recanted their allegations that he sexually abused them.
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Photos Kevin Peterson, right, listens during proceedings at the Second District Court Tuesday, August 4, 2009 in Ogden, Utah. NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner
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Kevin Peterson > Served 15 years in prison for a sex abuse of a child. Awarded $70,000.
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Peterson, who now works as a truck driver, declined to comment through one of his attorneys, Jason Richards, who represented him on the innocence case.
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Peterson accused > In 1990, the then-32-year-old Peterson was involved in a contentious custody battle over his 5-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son.
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Peterson pleaded guilty to a lesser second-degree felony count of sexual abuse of a child and was sentenced to 36 months probation. As part of that plea, he was required to complete sex-offender treatment.
Kevin Peterson, right, ...
www.orovillemr.com, 15 May 2013 [cached]
Kevin Peterson, right, listens during proceedings at the Second District Court Tuesday, August 4, 2009 in Ogden, Utah. (Nick Short/Standard-Examiner) (Aaron Edwards)
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Kevin Peterson's case is full of contradictions.
He did it. He didn't do it. Then he did. But just days before his 55th birthday in late December, Peterson, who finished serving a 15-year sentence for the alleged crime in 2007, was cleared unequivocally of all wrongdoing after his kids recanted their allegations that he sexually abused them.
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Peterson, who now works as a truck driver, declined to comment through one of his attorneys, Jason Richards, who represented him on the innocence case.
...
In 1990, the then-32-year-old Peterson was involved in a contentious custody battle over his 5-year-old daughter and
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Peterson pleaded guilty to a lesser second-degree felony count of sexual abuse of a child and was sentenced to 36 months probation. As part of that plea, he was required to complete sex-offender treatment.
...
Richards said Peterson had people in his therapy group - who had committed the sex offenses - help him write up a plausible description.
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Law enforcement also reported to the parole board that Peterson was in total denial and laying "guilt trips" on the children for making accusations against him.
Then there were conflicting reports from two psychologists who disagreed about the likelihood of Peterson re-offending upon release, coupled with his apparent refusal to participate in prison treatment.
"The board has a pretty hard position on people who refuse to become involved in sex therapy that's available here," Garner told Peterson. "I mean you basically have to satisfy us that you're no longer a risk to re-offend before we're willing to vote to get you out. And when you fail the program that's provided you as a condition of probation, that doesn't speak very well of your likelihood of success."
Garner warned Peterson to take a good look at his 2007 sentence expiration date "because that's the date you're facing if you don't do some good programming."
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Parts of the 1993 hearing tapes are inaudible and all of the 1995 rehearing was inaudible, although paperwork pertaining to the 1995 hearing indicated that the parole board found that Peterson had no remorse or apparent motivation to rehabilitate by his "refusal to participate in available sex offender treatment, which he needs" and his refusal to submit to another psychological evaluation.
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It was only after Peterson was released that his son and daughter came forward and recanted.
His now-adult son wept as he explained to officials that he had lied.
Despite being framed, Peterson holds no ill will toward his children. "[Peterson] honestly doesn't blame them at all because they were so little," Richards said.
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But Reed said the state did everything it could to ensure Peterson got a fair shake from the start and there was no misconduct or coercion on its part.
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"Kevin is really resilient," Richards said.
Kevin Peterson, right, listens ...
www.mendocinobeacon.com, 15 May 2013 [cached]
Kevin Peterson, right, listens during proceedings at the Second District Court Tuesday, August 4, 2009 in Ogden, Utah. (Nick Short/Standard-Examiner) (Aaron Edwards)
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Kevin Peterson's case is full of contradictions.
He did it. He didn't do it. Then he did. But just days before his 55th birthday in late December, Peterson, who finished serving a 15-year sentence for the alleged crime in 2007, was cleared unequivocally of all wrongdoing after his kids recanted their allegations that he sexually abused them.
...
Peterson, who now works as a truck driver, declined to comment through one of his attorneys, Jason Richards, who represented him on the innocence case.
...
In 1990, the then-32-year-old Peterson was involved in a contentious custody battle over his 5-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son.
...
Peterson pleaded guilty to a lesser second-degree felony count of sexual abuse of a child and was sentenced to 36 months probation. As part of that plea, he was required to complete sex-offender treatment.
...
Richards said Peterson had people in his therapy group - who had committed the sex offenses - help him write up a plausible description.
...
Law enforcement also reported to the parole board that Peterson was in total denial and laying "guilt trips" on the children for making accusations against him.
Then there were conflicting reports from two psychologists who disagreed about the likelihood of Peterson re-offending upon release, coupled with his apparent refusal to participate in prison treatment.
"The board has a pretty hard position on people who refuse to become involved in sex therapy that's available here," Garner told Peterson. "I mean you basically have to satisfy us that you're no longer a risk to re-offend before we're willing to vote to get you out. And when you fail the program that's provided you as a condition of probation, that doesn't speak very well of your likelihood of success."
Garner warned Peterson to take a good look at his 2007 sentence expiration date "because that's the date you're facing if you don't do some good programming."
...
Parts of the 1993 hearing tapes are inaudible and all of the 1995 rehearing was inaudible, although paperwork pertaining to the 1995 hearing indicated that the parole board found that Peterson had no remorse or apparent motivation to rehabilitate by his "refusal to participate in available sex offender treatment, which he needs" and his refusal to submit to another psychological evaluation.
...
It was only after Peterson was released that his son and daughter came forward and recanted.
His now-adult son wept as he explained to officials that he had lied.
Despite being framed, Peterson holds no ill will toward his children. "[Peterson] honestly doesn't blame them at all because they were so little," Richards said.
...
But Reed said the state did everything it could to ensure Peterson got a fair shake from the start and there was no misconduct or coercion on its part.
...
"Kevin is really resilient," Richards said.
Kevin Peterson, right, listens ...
www.montereyherald.com, 15 May 2013 [cached]
Kevin Peterson, right, listens during proceedings at the Second District Court Tuesday, August 4, 2009 in Ogden, Utah. (Nick Short/Standard-Examiner) (Aaron Edwards)
...
Kevin Peterson's case is full of contradictions.
He did it. He didn't do it. Then he did. But just days before his 55th birthday in late December, Peterson, who finished serving a 15-year sentence for the alleged crime in 2007, was cleared unequivocally of all wrongdoing after his kids recanted their allegations that he sexually abused them.
...
Peterson, who now works as a truck driver, declined to comment through one of his attorneys, Jason Richards, who represented him on the innocence case.
...
In 1990, the then-32-year-old Peterson was involved in a contentious custody battle over his 5-year-old daughter and
...
Peterson pleaded guilty to a lesser second-degree felony count of sexual abuse of a child and was sentenced to 36 months probation. As part of that plea, he was required to complete sex-offender treatment.
...
Richards said Peterson had people in his therapy group - who had committed the sex offenses - help him write up a plausible description.
...
Law enforcement also reported to the parole board that Peterson was in total denial and laying "guilt trips" on the children for making accusations against him.
Then there were conflicting reports from two psychologists who disagreed about the likelihood of Peterson re-offending upon release, coupled with his apparent refusal to participate in prison treatment.
"The board has a pretty hard position on people who refuse to become involved in sex therapy that's available here," Garner told Peterson. "I mean you basically have to satisfy us that you're no longer a risk to re-offend before we're willing to vote to get you out. And when you fail the program that's provided you as a condition of probation, that doesn't speak very well of your likelihood of success."
Garner warned Peterson to take a good look at his 2007 sentence expiration date "because that's the date you're facing if you don't do some good programming."
...
Parts of the 1993 hearing tapes are inaudible and all of the 1995 rehearing was inaudible, although paperwork pertaining to the 1995 hearing indicated that the parole board found that Peterson had no remorse or apparent motivation to rehabilitate by his "refusal to participate in available sex offender treatment, which he needs" and his refusal to submit to another psychological evaluation.
...
It was only after Peterson was released that his son and daughter came forward and recanted.
His now-adult son wept as he explained to officials that he had lied.
Despite being framed, Peterson holds no ill will toward his children. "[Peterson] honestly doesn't blame them at all because they were so little," Richards said.
...
But Reed said the state did everything it could to ensure Peterson got a fair shake from the start and there was no misconduct or coercion on its part.
...
"Kevin is really resilient," Richards said.
Kevin Peterson, right, listens ...
www.saratogian.com, 4 Aug 2009 [cached]
Kevin Peterson, right, listens during proceedings at the Second District Court Tuesday, August 4, 2009 in Ogden, Utah. (Nick Short/Standard-Examiner)
Kevin Peterson's case is full of contradictions.
He did it. He didn't do it. Then he did. But just days before his 55th birthday in late December, Peterson, who finished serving a 15-year sentence for the alleged crime in 2007, was cleared unequivocally of all wrongdoing after his kids recanted their allegations that he sexually abused them.
...
Peterson, who now works as a truck driver, declined to comment through one of his attorneys, Jason Richards, who represented him on the innocence case.
...
In 1990, the then-32-year-old Peterson was involved in a contentious custody battle over his 5-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son.
...
Peterson pleaded guilty to a lesser second-degree felony count of sexual abuse of a child and was sentenced to 36 months probation. As part of that plea, he was required to complete sex-offender treatment.
...
Richards said Peterson had people in his therapy group - who had committed the sex offenses - help him write up a plausible description.
...
Law enforcement also reported to the parole board that Peterson was in total denial and laying "guilt trips" on the children for making accusations against him.
Then there were conflicting reports from two psychologists who disagreed about the likelihood of Peterson re-offending upon release, coupled with his apparent refusal to participate in prison treatment.
"The board has a pretty hard position on people who refuse to become involved in sex therapy that's available here," Garner told Peterson. "I mean you basically have to satisfy us that you're no longer a risk to re-offend before we're willing to vote to get you out. And when you fail the program that's provided you as a condition of probation, that doesn't speak very well of your likelihood of success."
Garner warned Peterson to take a good look at his 2007 sentence expiration date "because that's the date you're facing if you don't do some good programming."
...
Parts of the 1993 hearing tapes are inaudible and all of the 1995 rehearing was inaudible, although paperwork pertaining to the 1995 hearing indicated that the parole board found that Peterson had no remorse or apparent motivation to rehabilitate by his "refusal to participate in available sex offender treatment, which he needs" and his refusal to submit to another psychological evaluation.
...
It was only after Peterson was released that his son and daughter came forward and recanted.
His now-adult son wept as he explained to officials that he had lied.
Despite being framed, Peterson holds no ill will toward his children. "[Peterson] honestly doesn't blame them at all because they were so little," Richards said.
...
But Reed said the state did everything it could to ensure Peterson got a fair shake from the start and there was no misconduct or coercion on its part.
...
"Kevin is really resilient," Richards said.
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