Andrew Harrison Sentenced To Prison For Probation Violation
An Edgerton man is heading to prison for violating his probation.
Twenty-two year old Andrew Harrison was ordered to serve five-to-12 years in prison, with a boot camp recommendation, after a judge ruled that he violated his probation.
He was originally sentenced to probation on charges of sexual exploitation of a child and making unlawful or harassing phone calls.
Under the terms of his probation, Harrison was ordered to get sex offender counseling and a full time job, but prosecutors say he failed to do either.
Harrison claimed he had filled out a number of job applications, but was never hired and couldn’t afford the counseling without a job.
He was originally arrested in August of last year, after investigators with the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office determined he had threatened a woman and her juvenile niece, and was sending them nude photos of himself from his cell phone.
Prosecutors say Harrison was asking for nude photos of the juvenile, and threatened to harm her or her family members if she did not send the pictures.