Conger woman receives probation after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting unconscious man
(ABC 6 News) – A Conger woman received 10 years’ probation in Freeborn County Court after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting an unconscious man in July of 2021.
Amanda Sue Hunter, 25, pleaded guilty to one count of 4th-degree criminal sexual conduct in exchange for 10 years of supervised probation and an agreement to register as a predatory offender.
Hunter was also sentenced to pay $5,678.45 in law fees and restitution.
According to court documents, the Freeborn County Sheriff’s Office responded July 25 to a residence after the assault took place at a party.
The victim told law enforcement he had gone to bed earlier in the evening and awakened with Hunter assaulting him.
According to court documents, Hunter allegedly made statements to others that she had been “roofied,” but law enforcement found no information in her medical records to corroborate that claim.
Freeborn county investigators also noted that Hunter’s accounts of the night and what she remembered to other party-goers, law enforcement, and medical staff contradicted each other, according to court documents.