Logan Michael Osborn, 19, pleaded guilty in September for sexually assaulting a 14 year old girl. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with 8 years suspended.
In early January, the judge on the case, Judge T.J Hauler of the Chesterfield Circuit Court, decided to pause the 2 year sentence, saying he wanted more time to review the case, and this past Wednesday after all that time, decided to decline to reinstate the original sentence.
Osborn had just went to see a school play with the 14 year old girl at the Cosby High school. The prosecutors say he went on a walk with the girl after the play, the girl didn’t know the campus. They arrived at a dead end, and he forced himself on the girl.
The 14 year old girl was forced to her knees, and tied with a belt around her neck and hands before the assault. Osborn finished up with her and released her around the time her mother was supposed to pick her up.
The girl told the mother what happened after the mother saw that something was wrong.
Erin Barr, the prosecutor in the case told the Richmond Times Dispatch that the family is very disappointed that man will not be serving jailtime. “They do no believe justice has been served and shared concern for the community safety and future potential victims.”
Barr told the court the court that he had a history of sexual assault, at the age of 12 he was charged with grabbing a students genitals, and it was published in the paper. And girls have accused of sexual assault on multiple occasions.
Osborn will have to register as a sex offender, and lost an academic scholarship to the university of Mary Washington.