Stewartville man accused of forcibly sexually assaulting 14-year-old sentenced to probation by Olmsted County court
(ABC 6 News) – A Stewartville man who pleaded guilty to 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct with a 14-year-old girl received a sentence of 7 years’ probation in Olmsted County Court Thursday.
Jordan Michael Hanf, 27, was accused in December 2020 of sexually assaulting the Rochester teenager on multiple occasions.
According to court documents, Hanf allegedly met the juvenile in the spring of 2020, gave her a blunt that “she felt was laced,” took her to his home and raped her, then told her he would “hurt her family and stuff” if she did not meet him again.
According to court documents, the teenager told Hanf she was 19 at the time of the first assault because “she believed that she would be killed if he knew she was younger.”
However, an adult witness told Olmsted County law enforcement that she told Hanf the girl was only 14 and he continued to meet up with her, according to court documents.
Hanf pleaded guilty in exchange for probation, with no jail time.