HUNTINGDON (March 4, 2014) Circuit Judge Donald Parish sentenced Randy Cary, 43, of Highway 70, Cedar Grove, Tenn., to 120 years
in the state penitentiary on Tuesday, with 100 percent of the sentence required
to be served. Cary will not be eligible for early release. He was sentenced to
60 years for aggravated rape and 60 years for especially aggravated kidnapping.
These sentences are to be served consecutively and Cary must register as a sex
Cary was convicted of these sentences by a Carroll County
jury of his peers on December 18, 2013.
Judge Parish heard four hours of testimony in the sentencing
hearing on Tuesday. At the conclusion of the sentencing hearing, Judge Parish
told Cary that he was the reason that we had to have prisons.
Cary was charged with forcibly confining his wife, Sabrina
Mosier, against her will on October 14, 2012. He was accused of hitting his
wife in the face numerous times, causing serious injury and raped her while
threatening to kill her and members of her family.