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Green Bay Man Sentenced For Sexual Intercourse With A Child Over Sixteen and Battery

 

MADISON - Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced that on Friday, August 14, 2009, Kyle M. Fay of Green Bay, Wisconsin, was found guilty by the Honorable J.D. McKay of two counts of having sexual intercourse with a child over the age of sixteen, and two counts of battery arising out of an incident that occurred in August of 2008.

 

Judge McKay placed Fay on probation for thirty (30) months to run concurrently on the two counts of Sexual Intercourse with a Child over sixteen and the two Battery counts.  As Conditions of Probation, the Court ordered Fay to: serve six (6) months in jail on the two counts of Sexual Intercourse with a Child over sixteen, have no contact with the victims; write a letter of apology to the victims and their parents; and engage in counseling as determined by the Department of Corrections.

 

The charges were the result of an investigation by the Green Bay Police Department.

 

Assistant Attorney General Dennis R. Krueger represented the state as a special prosecutor for Brown County.