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Dixon Coach’s Troy Hensley sentenced to one year in jail for unlawful sex with then minor Katie Jacobs by controversial Yolo County Superior Court Judge David Rosenberg

A former Dixon coach convicted for an unlawful sexual relationship with a minor was sentenced to four years of felony probation and a year in jail, on Tuesday.

Troy Anthony Hensley, 38, had pleaded no contest to one felony count of digital penetration and two felony counts of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor.

On Monday he sat beside his attorney Steven Sabbadini, while his son, Brevin and wife Brandy testified to his character as a father and husband. Both discussed his involvement as a coach in Dixon, his wife stating that he has coached more than 50 different teams in their 15 years of marriage.

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http://www.thereporter.com/crimebeat/ci_25230131/former-dixon-coach-sentenced

Investigators say his consensual relationship with the then-17-year-old lasted for months before he was caught.

Katie Jacobs is 19 now and opened up to CBS13 about the relationship and her struggles.

“Because of me he finally got what he deserved,” she said.

She admits she was young and naive when she got involved with Hensley—something she says she doesn’t know why it happened.

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http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2014/02/25/former-dixon-high-student-opens-up-about-relationship-with-coach/

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