A 74-year-old former teacher who regularly sexually assaulted a teenage boy at a Wisconsin private school faces 600 years in prison. Anne N. Nelson-Koch was found guilty on 25 charges related to the assaults that happened during the 2016–2017 academic year.

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She would take the boy to the school’s basement and abuse him there. The boy was 14 years old, and Nelson-Koch was 67. An hour-long jury deliberation resulted in the former teacher’s conviction at Monroe County Court.

Her sentencing is scheduled for October 27. Nelson-Koch potentially faces over 600 years of prison time, according to the DA. Prior to the October 27 hearing, prosecutors requested that Nelson-Koch be immediately held in custody. Instead, prior to to the hearing, Judge Richard Radcliffe issued her bail with a GPS monitor.

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According to Monroe County District Attorney Kevin Croninger, she could spend up to six centuries in prison. The prosecutor in the case, Assistant District Attorney Sarah Skiles, continued, “The victim of these crimes is an incredibly brave young man.

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‘He spoke the truth, and the jury heard him loud and clear. We are so grateful to the jury for their dedication to finding the truth.’ The investigation was led by Investigator Paul Sloan of the Tomah Police Department. Skiles also gave the Tomah Police Department’s Paul Sloan, who oversaw the investigation, high praise. “We could not have achieved this outcome without the victim’s strength and Investigator Sloan’s dedication and thorough investigation,” Skiles said