St. Gabriel man pleads guilty to AIDS exposure

Deidre Cruse

District Judge William C. Dupont has sentenced Tracy Oubre, 54, of St. Gabriel to two years in prison after Oubre pleaded guilty to intentional exposure to the AIDS virus, District Attorney Richard J. “Ricky” Ward Jr. reported last week.

Oubre was one of six defendants who entered guilty pleas before Dupont in 18th Judicial District Court here.

Dupont sentenced Troy James, 41, of 58240 Meriam Street, Plaquemine to three years with the Department of Corrections after James pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II narcotic.

Hunt Correctional Institute inmate Clarence Gibson, 32, was sentenced to a year in prison after he pleaded guilty to an obscenity charge.

Judge Dupont ordered five years of probation for three others:

– Michael Cedotal, 20, of 7224 La. 1, Donaldsonville, who pleaded guilty to indecent behavior with a juvenile.

– Nicholas Gorringe, 31, of Henderson, Nevada, who pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact of a crime.

– Dan Mouzakis, 48, of Morgan City, who pleaded guilty to monetary instrument abuse.