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VALPARAISO | Just moments after being sentenced to a maximum of 50 years in prison for molesting a young girl over a period of several years, Hobart resident Arthur Gutierrez made hand gestures and mouthed words to the victim's family in the courtroom.
VALPARAISO | A Hobart man was found guilty of child molestation Wednesday, just seven months after a separate molestation trial of his ended in a hung jury.
VALPARAISO | The 9-year-old girl sat at the front of the courtroom with a stuffed black bear on her lap and told the jury how Arthur Gutierrez molested her on repeated occasions beginning when she was 4.
VALPARAISO | A child molestation trial ended Thursday in a hung jury.
HAMMOND | A federal judge has stricken the complaints — at least for now — of four Porter County Jail inmates who had filed a joint lawsuit against the jail, court records show.
VALPARAISO | An additional cash bond of $5,000 was set Friday for Arthur Gutierrez as a result of a second charge of child molesting.
VALPARAISO | Just a few days after bonding out of jail on a child molesting charge, Arthur Gutierrez was taken back into custody Tuesday on a molesting charge involving a second child.
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