A 24 year-old man who was charged with HIV exposure after serving four years for the same 'crime', has been sentenced to ten years in prison, reports the Chicago Sun-Times.
Man imprisoned again for not telling sex partners he has HIV
March 28, 2008
A paroled sex offender with a history of having sex with women who don't know he is HIV positive is off to prison again for the same offense.
Twenty-four-year-old Casey Yonts was sentenced to a decade behind bars after he pleaded guilty to two felony Madison County counts of criminal transmission of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
The charges stem from incidents involving Yonts' girlfriend and her sister.
Authorities have said the sisters, ages 19 and 26, were unaware Yonts was infected, and they have tested negative for the virus.
Investigators say Yonts had been living with his girlfriend and her two children since December.
Yonts served prison time on charges that he had sex in 2004 with a 15-year-old girl when he was HIV infected. Yonts was 21 at the time of that offense. AP