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Moselle man pleads guilty to child molestation at daycare

JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) - A Moselle man will spend the next six years behind bars after pleading guilty to child molestation.

Derrick Williams of Moselle pleaded guilty to three counts of molestation for fondling several toddlers in 2008 while they were attending new beginning's daycare center in Moselle, a daycare which his mother owned.

Williams was sentenced to 15 years in prison with six to serve in custody and four years probation post release supervision.

Jones County Assistant District Attorney Jay Ronald Parrish said he is always happy whenever he can get "despicable perverts like Williams off the streets."

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