Former police chief pleads guilty to sex crime
Robert Burns, Lassen County’s District Attorney, said, according to a stipulated sentence, Harris will serve no more than the mid-term sentence for the crime — six years in state prison.
Burns said the law requires Harris be evaluated by a psychologist or psychiatrist prior to sentencing to determine if he has pedophilic tendencies.
Harris was arrested by Lassen County Sheriff’s deputies on April 9, and he resigned from his position at SIAD in May.
Burns said he expects Harris will be sentenced in August.
Grizzlies soccer team plays tough, rain or shine
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Lady Grizzlies are ready to take on the soccer season
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