Antigo woman gets 6 years prison 2014 child sexual assault case
ANTIGO, Wis. -- A 32-year-old Antigo woman convicted of having sex with boy under the age of 16 during an underage drinking party she hosted in December 2014 will spend six years in prison.
Carissa Drake was convicted of second degree sexual assault of a child and obstructing an officer at a trial in February.
According to court documents, a juvenile told investigators she had witnessed Drake sexually assault two juveniles, then ages 13 and 14, during a party in December 2014. According to criminal complaint Drake was cited in December after she reportedly hosted an underage drinking party.
Both victims were interviewed by police in March 2015. Both admitted there had been sexual contact. According to court documents, one said he was very uncomfortable with what happened. The other said Drake knew he was 13.
Drake will receive credit for 112 days already spent in custody. She'll spend six years on extended supervision upon her release.