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Bourne Probation Revoked, Facing 15 Years in Prison for Previous Crimes

GOLDEN CITY, Mo. – A judge has revoked Bobby Bourne Jr.’s probation for crimes committed in 2011.
GOLDEN CITY, Mo. – A judge has revoked Bobby Bourne Jr.’s probation for crimes committed in 2011.


Bourne, who is being held on multiple charges including murder in the case of 12-year-old Adriaunna Horton, was reportedly on probation for five years for crimes committed in 2011. 


A judge sentenced Bourne to five years probation in April for the charge of second-degree assault on a law enforcement officer and three counts of domestic assault against his current wife, who has now filed for divorce in lieu of the recent charges.


A warrant was issued for Bourne stating he violated the probation on the same day he was charged with kidnapping Adriaunna. Later, he was charged with first-degree murder, forcible rape, and statutory rape along with the kidnapping charge.


Because Bourne was charged with a crime while on probation, that is now revoked and he is facing 15 years in prison for the 2011 crimes.


Bourne will appear in court on Sept. 9 in regards to the Horton case.

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