Sexual assault case heads to trial

September 28, 2015
Anthony Aguilera, at left, with his attorney, Timothy Hayes.

Anthony Aguilera, at left, with his attorney, Timothy Hayes.

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — The case against a 36-year-old Montague man facing felony charges of second-degree criminal sexual conduct (CSC); third-degree CSC; and delivery of marijuana to a minor is set for trial in January.

Anthony Joseph Aguilera, of 6588 50th Ave., appeared in 27th Circuit Court Monday, Sept. 28, for a pretrial hearing with his attorney, Timothy Hayes. Aguilera rejected a plea deal, said Oceana County Prosecutor Joseph Bizon, and his trial is scheduled to begin, Jan. 6. A final conference hearing is scheduled for Dec. 7.

Aguilera is alleged to have “engaged in sexual acts” with an underage female during a gathering in 2010 that involved the consumption of “a lot of alcohol,” Bizon said.

Aguilera remains free on a $25,000/cash/surety bond.

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