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Carpentersville man pleads guilty to child sex assault, sentenced to 10 years in prison

A Carpentersville man is headed to prison for sexually assaulting a young child in 2013.

Olibar Modesto, 50 (d.o.b. 1-1-1966), of the 300 block of Delaware Street, Carpentersville, today agreed to a sentence of 10 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections in exchange for a guilty plea to predatory criminal sexual assault, a Class X felony.

Circuit Judge James C. Hallock accepted the plea.

Prosecutors presented evidence that on Oct. 1, 2013, Modesto sexually assaulted a young child he knew. The victim was younger than 12 years old at the time.

In addition to the prison term, Modesto must register for life as a sexual offender in accordance with the Illinois Sexual Offender Registration Act.

According to Illinois law, Ramirez must serve at least 85 percent of the sentence. He receives credit for at least 898 days served in the Kane County jail, where he had been held since his arrest in lieu of $2 million bail.

The case was prosecuted by Kane County Assistant State’s Attorney Lori Schmidt.



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