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Sentence: 303 Years – Church vandal served 14

One of several men who vandalized, stole from and burned rural churches in 10 middle Georgia counties in 1994-95 has been paroled. Jason Leigh Crutchfield, about age 33, was paroled Jan. 14, 2009, and will remain on parole until May 17, 2055. He will be nearly 80 years old when his parole runs out. During 1995 and 1996, Crutchfield was convicted in Peach, Pike, Lamar, Monroe, Bibb, Clayton, Upson, Jones, Putnam and Spalding counties for a grand total of 46 counts burglary, 12 counts vandalism to a place of worship, three counts vandalism to a church, theft by taking, criminal trespass and arson. Crutchfield received a total of 303 years to serve, mostly in concurrent 20 year sentences, and served about 14 years before being paroled. He plans to live in Baldwin County with his mother Marie Taylor at 130 Lilac Dr., Milledgeville. He is to pay $30 a month to the Georgia Crime Victims Emergency Fund, be placed on electronic monitoring and receive substance abuse assessment.

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