Jerel Jay Wilson, an American man, was sentenced to 20 years in jail for his inhumane act against his girlfriend.
In the assaults, which started Sept. 11, 2018, the 29-year-old man from Union City, Georgia was found guilty of simple battery and first- and second-degree arson, according to police.
Wilson allegedly broke into the woman’s apartment, set fire to her bedroom, pursued her, and sexually assaulted her after she rejected his advances, according to Cobb prosecutors.
Wilson broke into the woman’s apartment the same day when she and her roommate were at work, according to the investigation, and set fire to her bedroom. And he took her television, according to Horowitz.
According to the study, the woman’s apartment was totally de-stressed. To make matters worse, after the woman sent him a warning, the young man returned to set her vehicle on fire.
“In both instances, security footage, the defendant’s phone, and a GPS device on his vehicle placed him at the crime scenes at the time of the arsons,” Horowitz said.
“Investigators from the Smyrna Fire Marshal’s Office also found a pawn ticket showing Wilson had pawned the stolen television on the same day it was stolen. The investigation further revealed that after the second fire, Wilson sent the woman a text saying, ‘I apologize.’”
Wilson was convicted over the weekend by a supreme court judge, who cited his “lack of concern and perspective for his behaviour.” Wilson will be sentenced to 20 years in prison, as well as ten years of probation and a lifetime restraining order barring him from having further interaction with the survivor.
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