Juneau County, WI – A Necedah man was charged with first-degree child sexual assault and incest Aug. 15.

Joshua P. Stainbrook, 35, was charged with sexual contact with a child under age 13, a class B felony. If convicted, Stainbrook could be sentenced to 60 years in prison. The incest charge carries a possible $100,000 fine, or a prison term of no more than 40 years, or both.

According to the criminal complaint:

On Aug. 15, a Juneau County deputy was dispatched to Necedah for an alleged child abuse report.

A relative of the alleged victim had received a text from stating “he just did it to me.” When she spoke to the deputy, the alleged victim said Stainbrook had touched her in a private area and it had happened five times in the past.

According to the alleged victim, the assaults happened at their home on State Road 21 in the town of Necedah. She told the deputy the latest incident lasted about five to 10 minutes. She claimed Stainbrook had been assaulting her since she was 11 years old. She said the incidents occurred at their current home and a previous address.

Stainbrook was in court Aug. 29 for a preliminary hearing and it was determined the case would be bound over to circuit court for trial. A $20,000 cash bond was set for Stainbrook. His attorney, Mark Frank, requested the bond be modified but that motion was denied by Judge Paul Curran. Stainbrook remains in the Juneau County Jail.