Daniels Sentenced to Prison as Habitual Felon

Published Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 2:28 pm

Daniels MugshotOn April 4, Aaron Charles Daniels was convicted of Possession of Methamphetamine.  Additionally, the District Attorney’s Office identified Mr. Daniels as a habitual felon, thereby enhancing his sentence.  Mr. Daniels had previously been convicted of five felonies (Breaking and Entering and Larceny twice, Possession of Methamphetamine, Sale and Delivery of a Schedule II Controlled Substance, and Possession of a Firearm by a Felon) in Mitchell, Avery and McDowell Counties, along with a number of misdemeanors and driving offenses.

Mr. Daniels was sentenced to a minimum of 36 months to a maximum of 56 months in prison.

“My office continues to aggressively prosecute Habitual Felons,” District Attorney Seth Banks said in a statement.  “Unfortunately we see individuals like Mr. Daniels time and time again in our court system.  By using the Habitual Felon statutes, we are working hard to see that repeat offenders are taken out of our mountain communities.  I appreciate the efforts of Assistant District Attorney Penn Dameron as well as the hard work of Detective Casey Lee with the Avery County Sheriff’s Office in seeing that Aaron Charles Daniels was brought to justice.”

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