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Man given 15 years behind bars in child molestation case
Isaac Joseph Sgro

A Tallulah Falls man took a negotiated guilty plea deal Monday, July 22, in a child molestation involving a girl under the age of 16, according to documents.

Isaac Joseph Sgro, 23, entered the plea on two counts of child molestation. Superior Court Judge Jason Deal imposed a 40-year sentence, with the first 15 years behind bars.

Sgro will receive credit for time served since his arrest, and the remainder of the sentence following confinement may be served on probation.

Sgro was initially charged with aggravated child molestation by the Hall County Sheriff’s Office last July.

Hall County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Ware said the girl disclosed the incidents to a family member, who in turn informed law enforcement.

In the indictment, the incidents allegedly happened in March 2018, “the exact date and dates of the offense being unknown to the grand jury due to the tender age of the child.”

Attempts to reach Sgro’s attorney Robb Kiker for comment were unsuccessful.

Sgro will also be subject to the special sex offender conditions of probation.


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