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Jones County man sentenced for molestation

Jones County Circuit Court Judge Dal Williamson sentenced Robert Saltsgiver to 3-years in prison for two counts of molestation. (Photo source: WDAM) Jones County Circuit Court Judge Dal Williamson sentenced Robert Saltsgiver to 3-years in prison for two counts of molestation. (Photo source: WDAM)
JONES COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A Jones County man was sentenced for molestation Thursday. 

Jones County Circuit Court Judge Dal Williamson sentenced Robert Saltsgiver to three years in prison on two counts of molestation.

Saltsgiver admitted to touching the two female family members for lustful purposes, according to Jones County authorities. The 74 year old was given 10 years on each count with eight years suspended and three years to serve in full time custody.

The three-year sentence will run consecutively with the remainder of a 15-year sentence for sexual battery out of Forrest County. Saltsgiver will be 89-years old when released.

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