Carlisle sentenced to jail and probation for sex crimes

A Marine sergeant from Pickel Meadows will serve some jail time and probation for four sex-related felonies committed


Cody Carlisle, 25

against two female juveniles in Mono County who were students at Coleville High School.

Deputy District Attorney Todd Graham said that after hearing arguments from both sides, Judge Stan Eller sentenced 25-year-old Cody Carlisle to five years of formal probation, including 450 actual days in jail, lifetime registration as a sex offender, counseling, a ban against association with children under the age of 18 without an adult present, 200 hours of community service, no contact with the victims, no loitering within 25 yards of any school, park or playground, abstinence from use of alcohol and from any place where alcohol is the primary item of sale.

Graham said that the offenses occurred when Mr. Carlisle was an assistant coach at Coleville High School and the victims were students at the school. Earlier, law enforcement said Carlisle faced charges of attempted unlawful intercourse, lewd and lascivious acts with a child under the age of 14 and child molestation.

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