Aragon Sentenced to 12 years for Probation Violation

Daniel Aragon was sentenced to 12 years in prison and will serve a minimum of 85% of his sentence for violating his probation. 
In 2016 Aragon plead no contest to second-degree murder and abandonment of a child resulting in death following the 2012 brutal beating of 22-month-old Emma Rose who died following the attack. 
Aragon faced two trials where each time the juries deadlocked. As part of Aragon’s plea, he was sentenced to five years in DOC followed by five years probation. Aragon faced up to an additional 25 years in DOC if he violated probation upon release. Aragon violated his probation less than two months after being released.