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Judge Grants Probation to Man Who Admitted Sexual Assault

WEAUBLEAU, Mo. - A Hickory County man who pleaded guilty Tuesday to rape charges from an incident in 2012 is now on probation for five years after a judge gave him two suspended sentences of seven years each.
WEAUBLEAU, Mo. - A Hickory County man who pleaded guilty Tuesday to rape charges from an incident in 2012 is now on probation for five years after a judge gave him two suspended sentences of seven years each.

Casey Spicher, 26, was on parole from a 10-year sentence for child molestation when he was reported to have raped a woman in his Weaubleau home in March 2012.

He pleaded guilty to charges of sexual assault and deviate sexual assault on Tuesday before Hickory County Judge William Roberts. He was sentenced to 14 years in prison before Roberts suspended the sentences and placed him on probation.

Hickory County investigators said in 2012 that Spicher's victim knew him by the name Joshua Spool. She identified a picture of Spicher and took deputies to his home, the sheriff said.

Court documents indicate he was a registered sex offender on parole from a 2007 Cedar County sentence for the molestation conviction when he was accused of the 2012 rape.


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