Schaumburg man gets 4 years in sex case
WOODSTOCK – A Schaumburg man was sentenced on Tuesday to four years in prison after pleading guilty to sexual exploitation of a child.
Thomas K. Barr, 42, entered the plea as part of a deal with prosecutors accepted by Judge Joseph Condon. Additional charges, including battery and aggravated criminal sexual abuse, were dropped.
In addition to the prison sentence, Barr must serve one year of parole and register as a sex offender.
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