Teen enters guilty plea in sexual assault case
A former student of Patrick Henry High School pleaded guilty Monday for sexually assaulting a female student at the school last summer, reported the Star Tribune.
Raevon Conner, 18, of Brooklyn Park will be sentenced on June 9, reported KSTP TV.
He pleaded guilty to one count of criminal sexual conduct. (Star Tribune)
KSTP reported that he pleaded guilty to one count of criminal sexual conduct and theft charges for several incidents in June 2008 at the school.
Conner and another male student coerced a 15-year-old girl into following them to the basement of the school where Conner forced the girl to perform a sex act on him. (Star Tribune)
Conner was an honor student at the school. He was also a football player and a member of the school's championship poetry slam team.
There could be more victims who haven't come forward yet out of fear, Sgt. Melissa Banham of the Minneapolis Police Department said, according to KSTP TV.