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Former Calaveras County Man Sentenced 350 Years To Life In Prison

 Former Calaveras County Man Sentenced 350 Years To Life In Prison

A former Calaveras County resident, who now lives in Utah, has been convicted of 14 felony counts related to the repeated rape of two minors in Calaveras County.  In what she said was, “A very disturbing case”, Judge Susan Harlan sentenced Anthony Blymyer to 350 years to life in prison this week.  Blymyer, 45, was arrested on Oct. 21, 2016, in St. George, Utah, and extradited to Calaveras County shortly after moving away from his family in San Andreas.  Details were released during the trail phase of the proceedings that included death threats Blymye made against his family and repeated violent and sexual acts toward his two young daughters, who were both between the ages of 12 and 17 during the time of the abuse.  The charges, which spanned from 2012 to 2014, all included felony enhancements for specialized circumstances.  Blymyer received 25 years to life for each of the 14 counts, which must be served consecutively.  He now has the right to appeal his conviction within 60 days of sentencing.                                                                                                            Written by KVGC Staff

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