Roundup man admits sex assaults against girls

2013-01-31T12:42:00Z Roundup man admits sex assaults against girlsBy Greg Tuttle Billings Gazette Montana Standard
January 31, 2013 12:42 pm  • 

BILLINGS — A Roundup man has admitted to sexually assaulting two girls.

Trevor Allen Salthe recently appeared in Musselshell County District Court and pleaded guilty to two felony counts of sexual assault.

Salthe was originally charged with two counts of sexual intercourse without consent for separate incidents in July 2011 involving a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old girl.

According to a plea agreement, prosecutors will recommend consecutive sentences of 10 years, with six years suspended, on each count.

A misdemeanor obscenity charge will be dismissed as part of the plea agreement. A sentencing date will be scheduled later.

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