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South Forsyth woman pleads guilty to rape, child molestation
Kathy Tompa
Kathy Armstrong Tompa

Just more than four months after a south Forsyth woman turned herself into law enforcement on charges of inappropriate sexual contact with a minor, she has pleaded guilty to child molestation, statutory rape and enticing a child for indecent purposes.

Kathy Armstrong Tompa, 48, was sentenced Thursday to 30 years and will serve the first 15 in confinement before serving the remainder on probation, according to a Forsyth County Superior Court final disposition document.

She had no prior history with law enforcement in Forsyth County.

Because of the sexual nature of the crime and the victim being a juvenile, any identifying details of the incident have been withheld.

Forsyth County Superior Court Judge David L. Dickinson also ordered Tompa pay $ 3,230 in fines and that she complete 120 hours of community service within one year of her release.

She will be subject to special conditions of probation as a sex offender, according to the plea deal.
Tompa retained Andrew J. Richman as her attorney.