A former Weyauwega man who is a registered sex offender is accused of sexually assaulting two girls, who were ages 9 and 12 at the time.
Treavor L. Dobberstein, 26, was charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child. He faces 60 years in prison if convicted.
On the evening of Jan. 24, Cpl. Adam Rogge, with the Weyauwega Police Department, spoke with two parents regarding their daughters. The mother of the 12 year old said Dobberstein had watched her daughter while she was at work in 2013. She became suspicious of Dobberstein and questioned her daughter.
Her daughter later told Rogge that she and Dobberstein had been siting on the sofa when he placed his arm over her shoulder, touched her inappropriately and said, “No one will know,” according to the crminal complaint.
The 9-year-old girl said Dobberstein came into the bedroom one night and placed his hand in an inappropriate place. She told Dobberstein, “No,” and he left the room, the complaint says.
In December 2013, Dobberstein was convicted of third-degree sexual assault, placed on three years of probation and sentenced to six months in jail. He was originally charged with sexual assault of a child after a 15-year-old girl accused him of having sex with her.