Eau Claire (WQOW) - An Altoona man, charged with sexually assaulting three girls, will avoid prison time as part of a plea deal.
Brady Baumgarten, 18, was accused of having sex with three 14-year-old girls at an Eau Claire home. Two of the alleged victims told police they believed Baumgarten gave them chlamydia.
Friday, he pleaded guilty to three counts of 4th degree sexual assault, a misdemeanor, in exchange for three felony charges being dropped. Jon Theisen was the judge in the case.
Baumgarten recently moved to Altoona from Galesville.
Posted November 2017
Eau Claire (WQOW) - An area man faces charges of sexually assaulting three girls.
Brady Baumgarten, from Galesville, is accused of having sex with three, 14-year-old girls at an Eau Claire home.
Two of the girls told police they believe they got chlamydia from him. Baumgarten told police he had been treated for possible chlamydia.
He admitted having sex with one of the girls, but denied it happened with the other two.
Baumgarten was ordered Thursday not to have contact with any females under 18 while he is out on bond.
He returns to court in December.