OSAGE – An Osage has been given a deferred judgment and probation after he was accused of attempting to entice a young boy.
Dakota Schulz, age 22, was charged by Osage police with felony enticing a minor und 13 – sexual abuse or exploitation and enticing a minor und 16 – sexual purpose. Allegedly, on April 17 of this year, Schulz sent alluring electronic messages to a boy under the age of 13, and a woman showed them to police. As a result, police charged Schulz with these crimes and took him to jail.
Schulz was able to work a plea deal in the case. The charge of enticing a minor und 13 – sexual abuse or exploitation was dismissed. He was given a deferred judgement on the charge of enticing a minor und 16 – sexual purpose; his sentence includes 5 years of probation, a suspended $750.00 fine, and $7,115.00 in court costs. He is banned from contact with the victim until 2022.