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Adrian man gets 14 years prison for sexual assault of two minors

WORTHINGTON -- An Adrian man will serve 14 years in prison after being convicted of two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.

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WORTHINGTON - An Adrian man will serve 14 years in prison after being convicted of two counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct.

Bradly Haddock, 31, was sentenced Wednesday in Nobles County District Court for two different cases involving two different minors.

He was sentenced to 168 months in prison for the two first-degree charges - related to sexually penetrating a minor under age 16 - which a jury unanimously found him guilty of during a May 24 jury trial.

He was also sentenced to 90 months in prison for the second-degree charge - groping a minor under age 16 multiple times - which Haddock pleaded guilty to in July.

Haddock will serve the two sentences concurrently. He will be subject to lifetime conditional release once he finishes his prison sentences.

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Public Defender Philip Elbert asked Judge Terry Vajgrt to stay Haddock’s sentence, arguing he needs to be around to raise his young child and support his family. He also said certain tests were never completed.

State prosecutor Adam Johnson rejected the idea of probation, stating that Haddock not only abused two different minors, but also blamed one of the victims on several occasions.

“He showed no accountability, no remorse,” Johnson said.

Johnson said that based on Haddock’s testing and behavior, he would have a high risk of sexually abusing someone else if he were not put away.

After an emotional statement from one of the victims, Vajgrt did not hesitate, and made little comment, before sentencing Haddock to prison.

When the hearing was over, several members of Haddock’s family unleashed a series of screams at one of the victims while still in the courtroom, calling the individual a “liar.”

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