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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — A Wilmington man faces a at least a decade behind bars after pleading guilty to molesting two young girls more than a year ago.

Jason Boyd Frick, 31, entered a guilty last week in Brunswick County Superior Court to one count of attempted first degree sex offense with a child and one count of indecent liberties with a child. The District Attorney’s Office says the charges stem from incidents that occurred with a six-year-old girl and a four-year-old girl in August 2011.

A judge sentenced Frick to 10 years to 14 years nine months. Frick will also be required to complete sex offender treatment in prison and to register as a sex offender for 30 years after he is released.

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  • guesty

    A .45 round is so much cheaper and if properly used, will completely remove the chance of the criminal re-offending.

  • redd

    They should have put this redneck behind bars for longer. Come on where are all the tough on crime viewers at? POS

  • Guest20562

    Welcome to Brunswick County. Jon David Hard At Work In The Backroom of the Court House again.

  • jessica nobles

    Thats it y didnt he get chair or death plenty wat if the jugdea would so there job and stop givin everyone on the waist u would have less crime sad thing is i went to school wit him my ? To him would b way happen to u jason the biy bk n school

  • Pam

    U should never judge the reason, there are/were things that you don’t know, not all offenders deserve the chair, there was no rape, get the facts before you judge, look how many people have killed someone and get a slap on the hand and serve 3 years or less and if you search sex offenders look at how many have had more charges and receive less time, the system is unfair, I know a person that had over 10 counts and got only 6 months, go figure, I believe the lawyer and the judge at the time just wanted recognition, its a political thing too. Brunswick COunty sucks anyway, they have the worst record for good law enforcement.

  • Guest2020

    Child molesters should get life without parole.


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