Cook convicted of aggravated sexual battery

By | May 13, 2019 7:06 am

Kristopher Cook

According to Bruce MacLeod, assistant district attorney general, Kristopher A. Cook pleaded guilty in front of Criminal Court Judge David Patterson, on April 29, 2019, to aggravated sexual battery and received a seven-year sentence to serve with Tennessee Department of Correction.

This case was prosecuted by MacLeod and investigated by Detective Lindell Smith.

According to MacLeod, to be found guilty of aggravated sexual battery, it must be proven that the defendant engaged in sexual intercourse with a minor, and the defendant was more than 10 years older than the minor. MacLeod said that after Cook’s release from prison, he will be placed on the sex offender registry and monitored as such.

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