FORT WORTH — One Fort Worth man was sentenced to 40 years in prison for sexually abusing a child while another Fort Worth man received a 10-year prison sentence after he pleaded guilty to sexual performance of a child charges.
Corey Anthony Baham, 37, pleaded guilty on Thursday to a charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child under 14 in state District Judge Louis Sturns court.
Baham was granted deferred adjudication probation in July 2006 on an aggravated assault with a deadly weapons charge. Baham had that probation revoked in Nov. 2007 after he failed to meet the conditions of his probationary agreement.
Baham was sentenced to four years in prison after his probation was revoked. Baham was released from prison on Oct. 3, 2011 after serving out his sentence and arrested on Oct. 29 on the sexual abuse charge, Tarrant County district clerk and Texas Department of Criminal Justice records show.
Abram Garay, 59, drew a 10-year-sentence after pleading guilty on Friday to sexual performance of a child under 14 charges. Garay took pictures of a child under his care while she was bathing and that child later told her father how she was posed, according to Martin Purselley, the Tarrant County assistant district attorney who prosecuted the case.
The father relayed the information to Fort Worth police who were able to recover the deleted images of the girl from a camera, Purselley said. — Mitch Mitchell