Friday, August 30, 2013

Bobby Bourne sentenced to 15 years after admitting probation violation

Accused child killer Bobby Don Bourne, 34, Lockwood, was sentenced to 15 years in prison Monday after he admitted he had violated his probation by not attending a court-ordered Batterer Intervention Program.

As noted earlier in the Turner Report and other media sources, Bourne was on probation in Cedar County for charges of domestic assault, assault on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest when he was charged with first degree murder, forcible rape, statutory rape, and kidnapping in connection with the August 19 death of 12-year-old Adriaunna Horton of Golden City.

As noted in the August 22 Turner Report, Bourne remained free even after he was arrested in Dade County after being charged with assault on an underage girl and assaulting the girl's mother.

Now his probation has been revoked for not attending the meetings he was scheduled to attend a year ago.


Trent said...

A lot of good that does now. Like closing the barn door after the horse has escaped.

Rosie said...

He isnt going to make it easy on anyone in dealing with the murder charge. He's no stranger to jails and the courts,and could care less what he did to that child,evil works that way. The family has my sympathies for what they are about to face, this nighmare is far from over.Please note** that this animal was not from the community of Golden City or Barton County,the only place I can think hell.

Anonymous said...

Trent: well, it removes all possible issues of bail. Also, for better or worse, it makes defense harder since working with his lawyer(s) will be more difficult.