ST. CLOUD -- A Sauk Centre man has been sentenced for providing liquor to a 13-year-old girl and then sexually assaulting her.

A Stearns County judge has sentenced 20-year-old Jose Briseno-Hernandez to a stay of imposition and seven years of supervised probation. He must also register as a predatory offender, can't have any mood-altering chemicals, and undergo any chemical or psychiatric treatment plans as determined.

Briseno-Hernandez pleaded guilty in September to 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct with a victim between the ages of 13-15 while being more than two years older.

Briseno-Hernandez and the girl were at the same home one day in August when the two began drinking whiskey. The girl told authorities she became extremely intoxicated.

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Court records show Briseno-Hernandez then brought the victim to a bedroom and forced the girl to perform a sex act. The girl said he then forced her to have intercourse.

Briseno-Hernandez told police he knew the girl was 13-years-old and admitted to drinking alcohol and having sex with her.

He gets credit for serving 33 days in jail.


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