Sex Offender Imprisoned For Registry Violation

BEATRICE – A district judge has turned down a delay in sentencing and request for probation, for a man convicted of a Sex Offender Registry violation.

35-year-old Tee Cheramie was ordered to serve a three-year state prison sentence, and 18 months post-release supervision.

A pre-sentence investigation report had not been completed because the defendant had not met with state probation.

Gage County District Judge Rick Schreiner overruled a defense motion for a new sentencing date.  In denying probation, Schreiner cited Cheramie’s 20-year criminal history, including similar offenses.

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Cheramie was convicted of not reporting a change in address to the sheriff’s office, as required by law.

Cheramie was convicted of attempted 1st-degree sexual assault of a minor in 2005 in Gage County and was on a 25-year registration requirement.

He was given credit off his prison term for 47 days spent in custody.

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