Sexually-abusive computer images of children add more time to inmate’s prison stay

September 15, 2015
Aaron Reamer with his attorney, David Glancy.

Aaron Reamer with his attorney, David Glancy.

By Allison Scarbrough. Contributing Editor.

LUDINGTON — A 30-year-old Ludington man currently lodged in the Pugsley Correctional Facility in Grand Traverse County was sentenced to two concurrent prison terms Tuesday, Sept. 15, in 51st Circuit Court for convictions of child sexually abusive material and using a computer to commit a crime.

Aaron Michael Reamer was sentenced to 16 months to eight years years in prison for count 1 with 48 days jail credit and 16 months to 14 years with 48 days jail credit for count 2, which is concurrent to the first count.

Reamer was in “possession of images on a computer of underage subjects,” said Judge Susan Sniegowski.

Reamer was found guilty Aug. 12, 2014 of probation violation stemming from 2010 convictions of criminal sexual conduct (CSC), second degree, assault and controlled substance, delivery/manufacture. He was sentenced to a minimum of one year and eight months to a maximum of five years in prison for the first count and a minimum of one year, eight months to a maximum of four years in prison for the second count. Counts run concurrent, and he received credit for 380 days served in jail.

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