Green receives stay of imposition on sex crime
Richard Michael Green, 21, of Kelliher, pleaded guilty April 12 in Beltrami County District Court and received a 10-year stay of imposition of sentence Monday for serious felony fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct with a girl between the ages of 13 and 15 when he was 48 months or more older than the victim.
Judge John Melbye imposed a long list of conditions on Green's stayed of imposition: Green must:
-- Serve 90 days in jail, with credit for two days served and work release.
-- Serve up to 10 years of supervised probation.
-- Pay fines and costs of $408.
-- Pay restitution of $3,401.92.
-- Not consume illegal drugs.
-- Undergo random testing.
-- Undergo chemical dependency evaluation and follow recommendations.
-- Submit a DNA sample.
-- Maintain employment.
-- Comply with polygraph testing.
-- Register as a sex offender.
-- Comply with rules of the Department of Corrections.
-- Complete outpatient sex offender treatment.
-- Have no contact with the victim or other minor girls.
-- Not use or possess sexually explicit materials.
The judge granted a furlough for the sex offender treatment.
At 3:30 p.m. April 12, parents of a 14-year-old girl contacted the Beltrami County Sheriff''s Office with concerns that their daughter had been sexually active with Green. The parents provided law enforcement with information obtained from a cell phone, namely sexually explicit messages and images.
The girl confirmed that Green had been her boyfriend and he had had sexual contact with her.