Waukesha Sex Offender Accused of Assaulting Young Girls

Suspect allegedly had girls take Melatonin while at a sleepover in his residence, then one of the girls woke up to him assaulting her, according to a criminal complaint.

A 46-year-old Waukesha man is facing charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted several girls during the past five years at his apartment in the 1200 block of Fleetfoot Drive, according to a criminal complaint.

According to the criminal complaint:

The suspect, who isn’t being named by Patch in order to protect the identity of the victims, touched his step-daughter and her friends on multiple occasions since 2007.

In March, the girls had a sleepover at his apartment and he had all of them take Melatonin to have them fall asleep and one of the girls told investigators she woke up to the suspect assaulting her.

The incidents came to light after another girl reported waking up to the suspect touching her during another sleepover in recent weeks and she then told her mom who reported it to police.

The suspect said he never assaulted the girl and said if he touched her it was accidental. When confronted about the other girls, he said they were all liars.

The suspect then told police he was a convicted sex offender for 1991 incidents where he touched a 4-year-old girl and masturbated onto a 7-year-old girl.

The man is charged with seven counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child less than 13 years old and faces up to 420 years in prison if convicted. He’s currently being held in Waukesha County Jail on $500,000 bail while awaiting trial. 

Nicole Ibealright Damico July 26, 2012 at 07:21 PM
Johnny - I'm not the one that is ignorant here. You know know nothing of sex offenders and their behavior to stand up for this man, and you keep mentioning things that have nothing to do with incident or sex offenders. the man was not being monitored anymore he was only on the registry list that is all. also is explain to you already he was recently put in jail for these incidents, were reported in march. you keep talking about things that have nothing to do with this case and are talking about stuff that has nothing to do with sex offenders. as I told you before sex offenders do not all of a sudden one day start doing these things and then get caught and/or stop just because they got caught. and those prior cases that took place just because there was only 2 incidences recorded does not necessarily mean that he never did it before we don't know them and history but that's really odd a sex offender where have all the kids and then give them a sleeping aid and all that sleep aid does is put them to sleep easy it does not black anything out its not a real drug which why they woke up from and have not physical evidence. If YOU WANT TO SAY I'M IGNORANT THAT'S FINE - BUT NEVER DO I GIVE CHILD SEX OFFENDERS BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT. SEX OFFENDERS DON'T BELONG NEAR CHILDREN AND ARE HABITUAL.
Nicole Ibealright Damico July 26, 2012 at 07:26 PM
Maybe you should stick to topic rather than going about other subjects that aren't about sex offenders or this case.
KAY KRISTIN July 28, 2012 at 12:01 PM
There are a lot of valid points on both sides of this discussion. Personally....I think there is a lot of negligence on the part of the parents in this case. Why were these girls allowed to spend the night in the home of a registered sex offender? I certainly wouldn't allow MY daughter to do so. IF the individual is indeed guilty of these crimes (and as Johnny said, he has merely been accused, he has not been convicted yet on THIS crime), if I were the parents of these girls, I would take a long, hard look at what I could have done to prevent this from happening....like knowing what danger I was allowing my daughter to walk into. We cannot expect the law or the government to protect us or our children. The information is out there, and it is up to us as parents to protect our children. If we, as parents, don't check into the safety of an environment that we are allowing our children to walk into, we are more guilty than the "system" that "allows this man to live freely". The law can tell him "thou shalt not be among children"...but that doesn't make it so. (The law also says thou shalt not drink and drive, but look how many do.) The law gives him a directive. Whether or not he follows it is up to him. It's up to the parents to be aware and mindful and to act and react accordingly.
Nicole Ibealright Damico July 30, 2012 at 12:10 AM
well.......the man is facing life in prison if guilty. hopefully he will get to know what it's like to get sexually molested at some point in his miserable pathetic life
B. Guenther September 26, 2012 at 02:33 PM
I have to agree with you Johnny. I know the parents of all my son's friends but that does not mean that I have not done a search on them. If something would have popped on that search such as one of them being a pedophile I would not let my son into their home or anywhere alone with that person. On the flip side, I would hope parents would do the same thing with me. Trust but verify.


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