Who's who of 'To Catch a Predator'

ariquelmy@ledger-enquirer.comAugust 9, 2012 

The following men pleaded guilty in February 2007 to various charges. Some had made bond while others remained incarcerated from July 2006 until their release from prison:

Brian Joshua Lindsey, 29, Milledgeville, Ga.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 15 years’ probation. Paroled Jan. 13, 2010.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 3, 2012.

James Michael Klein, 48, Marietta, Ga.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 15 years’ probation. Paroled Dec. 22, 2009.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 17, 2012.

Matthew Clifton Cogburn, 27, Gray, Ga.

Sentence: Four years in prison, 16 years’ probation. Paroled Feb. 10, 2009.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 16, 2011.

Peter Sciacca, 44, Norcross, Ga.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 15 years’ probation. Paroled May 24, 2011.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 15, 2012.

Joseph Vincent Myrick, 46, Fayetteville, Ga.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 15 years’ probation. Paroled Jan. 12, 2009.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 15, 2012.

Marshall Ray Girtman, 33, of Johnston City, Ill.

Sentence: Four years in prison, six years’ probation. Paroled May 20, 2009.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 5, 2011.

George Robert Cleary III, 42, of Atlanta. Sentence: Two years in prison, eight years’ probation.

Released: July 25, 2008 after serving full sentence.

Jacob Joseph Cason, 36, Nashville, Ga. Sentence: Four years in prison, 21 years’ probation. Paroled May 18, 2010.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 4, 2011.

John Adam Daniels, 30, of Bainbridge, Ga.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 15 years’ probation. Daniels is still in custody.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 4, 2012.

David Charles Hilbish, 43, of Carrollton, Ga.

Sentence: Six years in prison, 19 years’ probation. Hilbish remains in custody.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 9, 2012.

William Bryor Rowell, 40, of Conyers, Ga.

Sentence: Six years in prison, 14 years’ probation. Paroled Sept. 8, 2008.

Release date if full sentence served: July 25, 2012.

Christopher Xavier Cannon, 38, of Lilburn, Ga.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 15 years’ probation.

Released Dec. 10, 2011, after serving full sentence.

Rolando Restocruz, 39, of Hinesville, Ga.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 25 years’ probation. Paroled April 27, 2011.

Release date if full sentence served: Jan. 30, 2012.

Todd William West, 42, of Atlanta.

Sentence: Five years in prison, 15 years’ probation. Paroled June 8, 2011.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 12, 2012.

Denis Joseph Coulson, 29, of Atlanta.

Sentence: Four years in prison, six years’ probation. Paroled April 29, 2009.

Release date if full sentence served: Feb. 10, 2011.

The following three men went to trial and were convicted:

Reymundo Chriastobal Anguiano, 29, Albany, Ga. was convicted in October 2007.

Sentence: Seven years in prison, eight years’ probation. Paroled Aug. 22, 2011.

Release date if full sentenced served: Sept. 9, 2014.

Marvin Harrison Smith, 40, of Tifton, Ga. was convicted in November 2007.

Sentence: 13 years in prison, 12 years’ probation. Smith remains incarcerated. His appeal is pending.

Release date if full sentence served: Nov. 6, 2020.

Robert Gerald White, 37, Carlton, Ga. was convicted in February 2008.

Sentence: Seven years in prison, 13 years’ probation. Paroled Nov. 16, 2011.

Release date if full sentenced served: Jan. 26, 2015.

Cody Michael Green, 20, of Alpharetta, Ga. pleaded guilty in February 2010:

Sentence: Three years in prison, 12 years’ probation. Paroled Sept. 23, 2010.

Green made bond on his “Predator” charges, though he returned to jail in August 2007 on accusations he exposed himself to an 8-year-old girl in Forsyth County. Green returned to prison in February 2011 on the Forsyth County charges and was released in August 2011, records state.

Abilash Bhaskaran, 39, of Alpharetta, Ga. Charged with attempted child molestation and attempted sodomy. Authorities say Bhaskaran fled to avoid prosecution.

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