Convicted rapist headed back to prison for 45 years for sexually abusing two minors

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John James Aggar

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — A Virginia Beach man who had been previously convicted of rape is headed back to prison for crimes against two minors under the age of 13. 

John James Aggar, 52, was sentenced Tuesday to 80 years in prison with 35 years suspended for two counts of forcible sodomy — victim under age 13, two counts of object sexual penetration — victim under age 13 and two counts of custodial liberties. 

According to a release from the the Office of Commonwealth’s Attorney Colin D. Stolle, Aggar pleaded guilty to one count of custodial indecent liberties before being found guilty on the other charges in a trial. 

Both incidents happened in 2016. The first was on August 4 when Aggar inappropriately touched a minor when the minor was sleeping, according to Stolle’s office. The child woke up a family member and reported the incident. 

Then on Sept. 3, another victim known to Aggar told police she was sexually abused by Aggar when she was a minor around 2008-2009. She reported the abuse happened over an extended period of time.  

This isn’t the first time Aggar has been convicted of rape. In addition to a previous rape conviction, he also been convicted of crimes against nature, DUI, possession of marijuana, assault and battery of a family member, concealment, public intoxication and multiple traffic offenses, according to Stolle’s office. 

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