The Loudoun County teenager charged with sexual assault at two separate high schools has been found guilty and sentenced to supervised probation in a residential treatment facility.
The Loudoun County Juvenile Court had previously found the male student “not innocent” of charges of forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio against a female student in a May 28 incident at Stone Bridge High School. The same student pleaded “no contest” in a separate case to two charges of abduction and sexual battery involving an incident at Broad Run High School on October 6, Fox News reported from the juvenile court. The student accepted a plea agreement in the October 6 case.
The judge found the boy guilty on Wednesday, and ordered him to register as a sex offender, something she said she had never done to a minor before. He will be on supervised probation until his 18th birthday and placed in a residential treatment facility.
The judge told the boy that his psychological reports were scary and that he needed lots of help.
“You scared me. What I read scared me,” she said explaining why for the first time in her career she put a juvenile on the national sex offender registry for life.
“Young man, you need a lot of help,” the judge added.
The accused wore a green t-shirt with brown sweatpants. He was not in cuffs.
“I will never do anything like this again.” He later cried after the sentence was read and waved to his parents in the courtroom when he was led out.
The judge thanked the two victims for coming forward and telling their stories.
The case has caused a stir in the northern Virginia county, and it focused the state’s politics on school board matters…