JACKSBORO — An elderly Campbell County man will likely spend the rest of his life in prison, after being sentenced to a total of 110 years in custody for sex crimes involving children.
Norman C. Good, 79, of Jacksboro, was sentenced Thursday by 8th Judicial District Criminal Court Judge Shayne Sexton, who handed down a sentence of 110 years in prison.
According to the office of 8th Judicial District Attorney General Jared Effler, Good was convicted in January on two counts of rape of a child, attempted rape of a child, 14 counts of aggravated sexual battery, attempted aggravated sexual battery, and two counts of solicitation of a minor to commit rape of a child.
Good was originally arrested in April 2016 and charged with a large number of sex-related crimes.
The case was investigated by Jacksboro Police Department, the Campbell County Sheriff's Department and the Tennessee Department of Children's Service, with assistance from the Campbell County Children's Center. The case was prosecuted by assistant district attorneys Lindsey Cadle and Meredith Slemp.