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MADISON — Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced today that David Lonzo, of Green Bay, appeared on Monday, June 25, 2012, for sentencing on his conviction for second degree sexual assault. The Honorable Michael Judge withheld sentence, placed the defendant on probation for six years, with conditions including one year in the Oconto County jail, sex offender treatment and registration, no contact with the victim or minors, as well as other rehabilitative and educational conditions designed to protect the public.
According to the Department of Justice’s criminal complaint, the victim is developmentally delayed and receives Medicaid-funded living assistance through Visions of Northeast Wisconsin. David Lonzo was an employee assigned to provide day-to-day living assistance to residents of a facility Visions operates in Oconto Falls. The victim lived in an apartment that was part of the facility. According to the complaint, on January 23, 2011, the sexual assault occurred at the victim’s apartment. The victim then reported the incident to a former caregiver who reported it to Visions supervisory personnel.
The case was prosecuted by Assistant Attorney General Thomas Storm.