Repeat Sex Offender, Mark Allen Johnson Sentenced To 20 Years In Federal Prison
Sentence includes lifetime supervised release
BOWLING GREEN, KY (STL.News) Chief U.S. District Judge Greg Stivers yesterday sentenced repeat sex offender Mark Allen Johnson, 31, of Bowling Green, to 20 years’ imprisonment, followed by lifetime supervised release, for distribution of child pornography, attempted enticement, and attempted transfer of obscene material to a minor, announced Michael A. Bennett, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky. There is no parole in the federal system.
“The fine work of Branch Chief Madison Sewell, the FBI, and the Roswell Georgia Police Department ensured the successful prosecution of Johnson,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Bennett. “The prosecution team’s effort resulted in a lengthy 20-year period of incarceration followed by federal supervision for life. The community is safer now for all citizens – especially our children.”
“Due to the lengthy sentence handed down yesterday, the FBI along with our valued partners, have effectively removed a dangerous child predator from our community,” said FBI Louisville Special Agent in Charge Robert Brown. “Know that those found exploiting the innocence of children online will be met with rigorous investigators working to hand down the harshest of punishments.