A Minnesota man convicted of raping a minor will be sentenced to two months in prison, after striking a plea deal with prosecutors in February, according to Southern Minnesota News.
Jack Roger Zimmerman, a 21-year-old native of Waseca, pleaded guilty to 4th-degree felony criminal sexual conduct after prosecutors agreed to drop his 1st and 2nd-degree criminal sexual conduct charges.
Zimmerman reportedly raped a 17-year-old victim in his parent’s Madison Lake house on October of 2016. According to media reports, the accused had sex with the victim while she was asleep, following a session of binge drinking that left her “black-out drunk”.
The subsequent exam found bite marks, bruising, and abrasions on multiple areas of the victim’s body. Witnesses said Zimmerman, who was tried as an adult, was extremely aggressive during the act.
According to the February deal, the Waseca man will stay 60 days in jail and receive five years of imposition. He must also pay $2,077 in fines, and avoid using devices with internet capabilities.
If he complies with the probation conditions, Zimmerman’s will have the option of reducing his conviction to a misdemeanor, and of serving his jail time on a work release.