Former ARBCA church members, Mary and Caleb Beery each plead guilty to two counts of child abuse – Class 6 felonies. They were ordered to report to Pinal County Jail over two months ago, but have successfully avoided doing so. Below is the latest information on their case. There was a telephonic hearing today. Let’s hope the judge has ordered them to report to jail!
Below is a quote from the Sentencing Document:
As you can see below, according to Rodney States, attorney for the Pinal County Sheriff’s office, the Beerys are not eligible for the Department’s Work Release Program per A.R.S. 11-459.
[Editorial note: I received a comment today from “Anonymous” which pointed out that my article is in error regarding the reason the Pinal County Sheriff’s office has deemed the Beerys are ineligible to participate in the Work Release Program. “Anonymous” seems to be informed on this case, and perhaps is an attorney; but at any rate, I failed to recall that the Beerys plead guilty to “CHILD ABUSE, a class 6 undesignated felony, non-dangerous and non-repetitive…” therefore the statutes I quoted below would not apply to the Beerys.
I apologize for my error, it was not intentional. I strive for the truth in my writings and always welcome comments bringing errors to my attention.]
I know not everyone reads the comments so here is the relevant part of the comment:
You can read A.R.S. 11-459 here
[Note from Editor – I have removed all the statutes I quoted because they do not apply to this case.]
I say the Beerys have delayed long enough. It is time for them to pay their debt to society – they should be sent to jail immediately to begin their 180 day sentence – with no work release. I don’t feel it’s attorney States’ job to find possible alternatives that would make the Beerys eligible for the Work Release Program. Again, I refer to their sentencing document:
“Respondent/Defendant is eligible for work release provided that he/she meets the Sheriff Departments’s Work Release Program requirements.”
The Beerys have been ruled ineligible for the Work Release Program, the case should be closed. But no, the Beerys are now attempting to see if there are “options other than having the Defendants serve their jail terms in Pinal County.”
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