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19-year-old pleads guilty on LSD, invasion of privacy cases
Salvador Godoy-Mojica
Salvador Godoy-Mojica

A 19-year-old Gainesville man pleaded guilty to both cases against him involving LSD and invasion of privacy.

Salvador Godoy-Mojica entered the plea for illegal substances near schools, possession of LSD with intent to distribute and misdemeanor invasion of privacy, according to a plea petition filed March 28 and Hall County assistant district attorney Laura Lukert.

In exchange for his plea, Godoy-Mojica will enter Drug Court.

Hall County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Ware previously told The Times Godoy-Mojica was found in possession of roughly “39 dosage units” of LSD in March 2017.

According to the indictment, he was charged with having it within 1,000 feet of East Hall High on East Hall Road in Gainesville.

In October 2017, Godoy-Mojica was accused of distributing a video of himself and a 16-year-old girl “engaging in sexual activity.” The sheriff’s office originally charged him in January 2018 with sexual exploitation of a child, but that was changed at the grand jury stage to misdemeanor invasion of privacy.

According to the indictment, the 19-year-old was accused of sending “a photograph which depicts nudity and sexually explicit conduct of (the girl)” through Snapchat “when said transmission is harassment and serves no legitimate purpose to the depicted person.”

Attorney Jason White, who represented Godoy-Mojica for the plea agreement, declined to comment, and attorney Stephen Reba did not return a call for comment Wednesday, April 3.

The Hall County District Attorney’s Office said there also is a pending immigration matter for Godoy-Mojica.