A man convicted of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl will serve no active prison time, a judge ruled Wednesday, according to Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Logan Michael Osborn, 19, pleaded guilty to sexual assault charges in September and was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with eight years suspended by Chesterfield Circuit Court Judge T.J. Hauler, according to the local newspaper.
But in January and again on Wednesday, Hauler stayed execution of the two-year active term, according to Richmond Times-Dispatch. The stay effectively means Osborn would not serve active time in jail.
“The family is disappointed that the defendant will not serve any active incarceration for the brutal attack on the victim. They do not believe justice has been served and shared concern for community safety and future potential victims,” Chesterfield Prosecutor Erin Barr told the newspaper.
The prosecution argued that Osborn tied up and sexually assaulted a 14-year-old girl after they attended a school play together, the newspaper reported.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Evan Nelson also testified that Osborn has a “moderately high risk” of reoffending, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.