Washtenaw County Sheriff's deputy pleads no contest in massage therapy case
A Washtenaw County sheriff’s deputy entered a no contest plea to a reduced charge of being a disorderly person Monday before Branch County Circuit Judge Bill O’Grady, the Adrian Daily Telegram reported.
The case started in Lenawee County after Chad Jeremy Beaudin, 38, of Tecumseh was accused in January of asking a massage therapist for sexual favors.
The misdemeanor plea agreement ended felony charges of aggravated indecent exposure and enticement for prostitution after an incident Jan. 27 at the Defined Wellness Center, 1542 W. Maple Ave. in Adrian.
Assistant Lenawee Prosecuting Attorney Frank Riley told O’Grady he and defense attorney Michael Vincent of Ypsilanti agreed to one-year probation on the 90-day offense with $613 in fines and costs. O’Grady suspended a 30-day jail sentence and ordered Beaudin not to have contact with any massage therapist or the victim during the probation.
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