Anoka teen sent to prison after probation revoked

An 19-year-old Anoka teen, who pleaded guilty in Anoka County District Court in October 2012 to a first-degree criminal sexual conduct charge, has been sent to prison after his Anoka County Juvenile Court probation on a 2010 sexual assault conviction when he was a juvenile was revoked.

Markus Dominik Buchite, 813 Elm St., was charged in juvenile court in 2010 with a second-degree criminal sexual conduct, for which he was put on probation in the extended juvenile jurisdiction program, which included was a parallel adult sentence.

This was activated by the juvenile court Jan. 4 when Buchite was scheduled for sentencing on the new adult charge. He was given 42 days credit for time spent in jail.

But when he is released from prison, Buchite will be on probation for 15 years on the new first-degree criminal sexual conduct conviction, for which the court stayed a 93 months and 16 days prison term at sentencing Jan. 4.

Probation conditions include predatory offender registration, no contact with the victim or minor females unless approved, psychological/sexual evaluation and follow recommendations, no possession of any pornography or sexually explicit materials, mental health assessment, chemical dependency evaluation, random urinalysis and breath testing on demand at his own expense, no use of alcohol or mood-altering chemicals, pay restitution of $400 to the Anoka County Sexual Assault Committee and perform an indeterminate amount of community service work in lieu of a fine.

According to the complaint, a 13-year-old girl told authorities that she had sexual intercourse with Buchite July 2, 2011 when she was 12 years old.

She said she rode her bike from her residence to Buchite’s home on Elm Street, where the incident took place in a van in the driveway.

Acquaintances of the girl told law enforcement that she had told them what had occurred.

Peter Bodley is at [email protected]


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