On May 9, 2012, Jerry Alva “J.R.” Gregston pleaded guilty to felony charges of continuous sexual abuse of a minor and oral copulation by force or fear. He was initially arrested by Williams police officers in December 2011.
In the original case, Gregston was arrested for repeatedly molesting a young girl – who at the time was under the age of 10 – over the course of at least three years.
According to Chief Deputy District Attorney Brendan Farrell, the alleged crimes that led to the new charges – which include lewd and lascivious acts on a minor under the age of 14, as well as a special allegation of aggravated circumstances – occurred before Gregston was arrested in 2011.
“A disclosure was made recently by another victim,” Farrell said.
Gregston, who is currently an inmate at Mule Creek State Prison, was in the Colusa County Superior Court for entry of plea on Wednesday, but the hearing was continued until Dec. 12 at the request of his public defender, attorney Albert Smith.■