Quincy D. Atkins, a 40-year-old resident of Auburn, has been sentenced to a prison term ranging from two to four years for a series of criminal offenses. In a recent court ruling, Atkins faced charges including first-degree criminal contempt and aggravated family offense.
The sentence also covers an additional count of aggravated family offense, as well as charges of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, endangering the welfare of a child, second-degree criminal contempt, two more counts of first-degree criminal contempt, and two counts of second-degree menacing.
The court has decided that both sentences for the first-degree criminal contempt and the aggravated family offense will run concurrently. This means Atkins will serve both sentences at the same time, within the two to four-year period. This case highlights the legal consequences of multiple criminal charges and the justice system’s response to such offenses.
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