FARMINGTON — A Jay woman who was found guilty in June of sexually abusing a child was sentenced Friday to serve 2½ years of a six-year prison sentence, according to Franklin County court documents.

Tami L. Dalot, 44, formerly known as Tami Ouellette, is the last of three co-defendants to be sentenced.

Dalot, her former husband, Jamie Ouellette, 39, and his girlfriend, Anna LaRochelle, 26, all of Wilton, were accused of sexually molesting a child under age 12 and forcing her to watch the three adults have sex. The incidents occurred from June 1, 2014, to Feb. 12, 2015.

All three are required to register as a sex offenders for the rest of their lives. 

Dalot was found guilty June 7 in Franklin County Superior Court of felony charges of unlawful sexual contact. She was also found guilty of three felony counts of violation of conditions of release connected to Ouellette writing and sending letters to her while he was at the Franklin County jail in Farmington.

Dalot was sentenced to one year each on the three lesser felony charges. That time will be served at the same time as the sexual contact sentence.

After Dalot’s release from prison, she will be on probation for seven years. 

She is prohibited from going to or loitering at places primarily used by children under age 18, including but not limited to parks, playgrounds, schools, fairgrounds, arcades, recreational facilities or amusement parks.

Ouellette is serving eight years of a 20-year sentence, followed by nine years of probation on the unlawful sexual contact charge.

A Franklin County justice found him guilty in September 2016 of felony charges of unlawful sexual contact, visual sexual aggression against a child under age 12, illegal possession of a firearm, four counts of violating conditions of release and two counts of tampering with a witness or informant.

Ouellette is serving five years each on the other charges while serving the unlawful sexual contact sentence.

A Franklin County justice also found LaRochelle guilty in September of felony charges of unlawful sexual contact involving a child under 12 and visual sexual aggression of a child. She was sentenced to serve 2½ years of a six-year sentence, followed by seven years probation.

LaRochelle will also serve two years for the visual sexual aggression charge at the same time as the sexual contact sentence. She also cannot go to or loiter at places primarily frequented by children under age 18 while on probation.

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