The Sussex teenager who pleaded guilty to two felonies stemming from a sexual assault of a six-year-old girl was sentenced on Jan. 24 to 22 months in prison with an additional five years of extended supervision.
Daniel Koepke, 18, Koepke was found guilty of one count of causing a child under 13 to view or listen to sexual activity and one count of incest in November in Washington County Circuit Court.
Even though the presentence report recommended no jail time, the judge sentenced Koepke to confinement for "the remainder of his teen years," reported the Sussex Sun.
Koepke will submit DNA samples, register on the sex offender database and seek out treatment in jail or in the community.
He is prohibited to have any contact with the victim and her immediate family, and cannot have contact with any females under the age of 18 without supervision.
Koepke has yet to be entered into the state's sex offender database, according to a check of the database on Tuesday.
The mother of the victim said that her daughter only draws pictures of herself crying with big black X marks covering her private parts, reported the Sussex Sun.
The court had ordered a felony charge of first-degree sexual assault of a child and a felony charge exposing genitals or pubic area to be dismissed but read in to the record.
The case drew the attention of the Sussex community during the past few weeks after it was revealed that the Hamilton School District was unaware of the court proceedings until Nov. 6.
School district officials sent a letter to Woodside Elementary School parents in November informing them that a teenager — Koepke — accused of sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl, lived near their school.