Albrightsville woman sentenced for corrupting minor
An Albrightsville woman was sentenced Tuesday to four years of probation after pleading guilty to corrupting a 15-year-old boy and endangering his welfare last year.
Jennifer Campesi, 43, initially was accused of having indecent contact with the boy, but denied any such contact ever took place.
Having no prior criminal record, Campesi said she made two mistakes in this case.
One was responding to the troubled boy's sexually inappropriate emails, as opposed to telling him not to communicate with her in such a manner. The other was letting him stay at her home, where he often visited her daughter, and telling his parents he wasn't there when they came looking for him on one occasion.
The boy was not present at Tuesday's sentencing and had not responded to the Monroe County Probation Office's request for information on how Campesi's actions had impacted him, but his parents were present at the sentencing. Also present were many of Campesi's supporters, who had sent the court letters about her good character prior to the sentencing date.
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Story by the Pocono Record.