JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A jury has agreed with a group of experts' conclusion and sentenced Randall Lamp to indefinite confinement at the Florida Civil Commitment Center in Arcadia, Florida.
The experts recommended indefinitely confining the sexual predator after determining Lamp suffers from a personality disorder. Lamp plead guilty to five counts of lewd, lascivious and indecent acts way back in 1991, according to a news release from the State Attorney's Office.
Lamp's victims were young boys between the ages of ten and thirteen. The release said Lamp sexually abused the boys numerous times. After he plead guilty he was sentenced to five years in prison and three years probation.
Lamp violated his probation in 1996 when he failed to complete psycho-sexual treatment. Lamp violated his probation a second time, the release said, when he had unsupervised contact with children.
Experts reviewed Lamp's case. After their review, the experts determined Lamp suffers from a personality disorder and needs to be in a long-term care facility. The experts said they believe Lamp's disorder makes it likely he will engage in acts of sexual violence.
This week the jury agreed, sentencing Lamp to indefinite confinement at the Florida Civil Commitment Center in Arcadia, Florida.
First Coast News