A former Fisher, Minnesota high school student could spend the next dozen years or more in prison, for the sexual assault of kindergarten students.
18-year old Jarrin Boucher has plead guilty under a plea agreement to two counts of first degree sexual conduct.
According to the criminal complaint one incident happened April 25th, while Jarrin Boucher, a senior at Fisher high school was working as an aide with the kindergarten class. A five year old girl and six year old girl were sexually assaulted on the same day.
Now, under a plea agreement, those charges were dropped and Boucher agreed to be sentenced as an adult for pleading guilty to other, prior incidents with those girls.
The 18- year old Boucher faces a minimum sentence of 12-years in prison. Boucher's attorney says it's a harsh sentence. But, it will still allow Boucher to have a life.
Alex Reichert, Boucher's Attorney: "Yeah, it does give him an opportunity to have a life. He's a young kid. He made a horrible mistake. He was controlled by drug addiction and this will allow him to still have a life."
Reichert says an addiction to marijuana was a big part of Boucher's problem.
Boucher remains in jail. Sentencing is scheduled for January 22.
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