Randy Villanueva, formerly of Frederic, WI, was sentenced in Polk County Circuit Court on November 29th, 2016 for a conviction of Child Enticement-Sexual Contact, a Class D Felony.

According to documents received by DrydenWire.com via public records request, in July of 2014, Polk County Sheriff Department investigators received information from the Burnett County Sheriff's Office of a sexual assault of a child which had occurred in Polk County.

Polk County Sheriff's investigation revealed that Villanueva had engaged in intercourse with a 15 year old and impregnated her. A criminal complaint charging Villanueva with two charges of 2nd Degree Sexual Assault of a Child was filed in May of 2015 by the Polk County District Attorney's Office.

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At that time, Villanueva also had been charged in September of 2014 in Burnett County with Repeated Sexual Assault of the Same Child ( At Least 3 Violations of 1st Degree Sexual Assault). The victim in that case was the same victim of the Polk County charges.

According to documents received via public records request, the victim reported that Villanueva threatened her with harm and had left bruises on her and thrown things at her. The victim also reported that Villanueva threatened to take the baby from her after the birth. He also intimidated her into attempting to sell controlled substances to her friends and then bring him the money. Villanueva had repeated sexual contact with the victim over the course of at least 10 months.

Public record shows that in August of 2015 Villanueva plead guilty in Burnett County to an amended charge of 2nd Degree Sexual Assault of a Child, a Class C Felony. At his sentencing in October of 2015 he was ordered to serve 9 months in jail followed by 6 years of probation. He was also ordered to pay restitution of nearly $12,000 and ordered to have no further contact with the victim of the case.

Villanueva had demanded a Jury Trial on his Polk County charges, however in September of 2016 he did plead guilty to the amended charge of Child Enticement-Sexual Contact which he was sentenced for on November 29th, 2016. The Court ordered 8 years of probation, concurrent with his probation on the Burnett County Case.

Villanueva is also ordered to follow through on sexual deviancy programming, and he will be required to register for life as a sex offender.


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