Former Greenwood High School gets jail, probation in child sexual assault case
GREENWOOD, Wis. (WSAW) - A former Greenwood High School support staff member convicted of having a sexual relationship with a student will spend 9 months in jail and 3 years on probation.
Dylan North, 26, was sentenced Wednesday in Clark County Circuit Court.
In January, North pleaded no contest to sex assault of a student by school staff and was found guilty as a result. A count of sex assault of a student by school staff, child enticement and exposing a child to harmful material were dismissed, but will be considered during his sentencing hearing.
Greenwood police were notified of a possible inappropriate relationship On Oct. 21, 2021. North had worked at Greenwood High School.
Court documents stated there were two victims. Investigators said a forensic analysis of North’s phone uncovered messages and call time stamps that were used as evidence. North was placed on paid leave in November 2021. He resigned at the end of January 2022. He began his employment with the district in 2019.
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