POLK COUNTY -- Charges of repeatedly sexually assaulting a child under age 12 have been filed against convicted sex offender Darren Dunsmoor, of Centuria, WI.

A criminal complaint has been filed against 35-year-old Dunsmoor, charging him with sexually assaulting a child over a period of years between June 2011 and June 2016. The child was under the age of 12 when the alleged assaults began.

Dunsmoor is charged with 2 counts of Class B Felony 1st Degree Child Sexual Assault - Intercourse with Person under 12, and one count of Class B Felony Repeated Sexual Assault of Same Child (At Least 3 Violations of 1st Degree Sexual Assault).

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by the Crisis Referral Agency in August 2021 because an adult female wanted to report a sexual assault that had occurred when the female was a child. The victim came to the Sheriff’s Office and was interviewed by law enforcement.

The criminal complaint filed against Dunsmoor contains details of numerous sexual assaults that started when the victim was a child and continued to occur repeatedly for the next several years until the victim became physically strong enough to resist Dunsmoor. Details of the assaults are included in the criminal complaint, however, DrydenWire has chosen to not include that information in this post. The criminal complaint does not include any details as to any law enforcement interviews conducted with Dunsmoor or any statements made by him regarding the alleged assaults.

Dunsmoor was previously convicted of two counts of 4th Degree Misdemeanor Sexual Assault in Polk County Circuit Court in 2011. The convictions stemmed from felony charges of 2nd Degree Sexual Assault of a Child filed against Dunsmoor in 2009. The charges were later amended at a hearing in March 2011 and Dunsmoor received a withheld sentence with 1 year of probation.

Online circuit court records show that Dunsmoor is scheduled to appear in Polk County Circuit Court regarding his new charges in May 2022. No information is listed in online records regarding any bail bond for Dunsmoor.

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[Booking photo from 2016]


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