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Woman Gets New Jail Time For Molesting Boy

coupleA Lansdale woman who admitted having sex with a 14-year-old boy at her Walnut Street home has been given additional jail time. 31-year-old Erica Dillon (pictured left) pleaded guilty to indecent assault and corruption of minors.  Police were called to Walnut Street in April for a report of a disturbance.  When they arrived, the boy’s mother told them her son had sex with Dillon after she and her live-in boyfriend, 26-year-old Antonio Morano (pictured right), watched a pornographic video with the boy.  Morano allegedly watched as Dillon had sex with the boy in a bedroom.  He is awaiting trial for corruption of minors and other offenses.   Dillon was already a registered sex offender under Megan’s Law because she pleaded guilty early this year to a separate case of indecent assault on a child.  She has already served more than her 11 ½ month minimum at Montgomery County Prison in that case, she got another 11 ½ month minimum in the latest case, and she has about six months left to serve for the two offenses combined.  She must stay away from the victims after her release.
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