Judge revokes sex abuse suspect’s probation

Published 12:03 am Saturday, March 17, 2012

The Carolina woman accused of a plethora of crimes against teenage boys had her probation revoked Thursday for a 2007 case.

Circuit Judge Lex Short revoked 31-year-old Jennifer Denise Taylor’s probation for a conviction for theft of property I.

Short ordered her to serve her eight-year sentence.

Taylor was arrested in February and charged with transmitting obscene material to a child, sodomy II, distribution of a controlled substance to a minor, four counts of sex abuse II and six counts of furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Court records show Drug Task Force agents received multiple reports of “wild parties” at her Rockhole Bridge Road home, spanning a three-month period in which multiple sources allege Taylor was providing the teens with Coors Light beer, Grey Goose vodka and Tylenol with codeine pills.

The victims were two 14-year-olds and three 15-year-olds.

“Taylor plied these 14- and 15-year-old boys with prescription pills, beer and vodka and then engaged in sexual activities with them,” Chief Assistant District Attorney Grace Jeter said. “She is an adult; those boys are not. Here actions are reprehensible and she belongs in prison.”