Sexual Abuse en WIU Study About Sexual Assault Survivors <div><p>Survivors of sexual assault frequently confide in family and friends. New research is underway to examine how that impacts their recovery. Fri, 28 Feb 2014 12:20:00 +0000 Emily Boyer 49050 at WIU Study About Sexual Assault Survivors Gregory Sentenced to Jail <p>Former Hamilton School Board Member Dion Gregory will not go to prison after being found guilty, in March, of felony Criminal Sexual Abuse involving a minor.</p><p>He will have to serve two months in the Hancock County Jail and two years of supervised probation, which includes sex offender treatment.</p><p>Gregory must also pay $9,600 in fines, fees and court costs.&nbsp;</p><p>He was found guilty in a stipulated bench trial before Associate Judge Richard Gambrell.</p><p>Gregory&rsquo;s wife and his victim, a juvenile male, each made an impact statement during the sentencing hearing.</p> Tue, 22 May 2012 04:26:27 +0000 Jason Parrott 15486 at Gregory Sentenced to Jail Gregory Found Guilty of Sexual Abuse <p>***SOME OF THE CONTENT IN THIS STORY MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN***</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Former Hamilton School Board member August Dion Gregory, 44, has been found guilty of sexually abusing a minor.&nbsp; His sentencing is scheduled for Friday, May 18<sup>th</sup> at the Hancock County Courthouse in Carthage.</p><p>Gregory was arrested in December and charged with multiple felonies involving a minor: criminal sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual abuse and criminal sexual abuse.&nbsp; He was scheduled to go on trial this week.</p> Mon, 19 Mar 2012 19:59:30 +0000 Jason Parrott 12092 at Gregory Found Guilty of Sexual Abuse Trial Set for Former School Board Member <p>A trial date has been set for a Hamilton man accused of sexual abuse of a minor.</p><p>August Dion Gregory, 44, appeared before Judge Richard Gambrell, this morning, for a pre-trial hearing at the Hancock County Courthouse in Carthage.</p><p>Gregory&rsquo;s lawyer, Stephen Morris of Hamilton, used the hearing to request more time to review the evidence in the case.</p><p>Hancock County State&rsquo;s Attorney Jim Drozdz responded by saying the people were ready to proceed to trial.</p> Mon, 27 Feb 2012 18:44:11 +0000 Jason Parrott 10898 at Trial Set for Former School Board Member