Third Wis. teen charged in sexploitation case
HUDSON, Wis. -- A third teenager faces felony charges in connection with a sexual exploitation incident last fall that was video recorded form a cell phone during an underage drinking party.
Alexander Freedom Gove, 17, town of Hudson, posted a $25,000, signature bond on felony child sexploitation and sex assault of an intoxicated victim charges at an initial hearing Aug. 30. A preliminary hearing was set for Gove on Oct. 15 at 3:15 p.m.
Two others charged in the incident have been scheduled for arraignment hearings to enter pleas to similar charges. Brandon W. Brown, 17, Hudson, was scheduled for a hearing Sept. 17 and Daniel E. Karlovich, 17, Hudson, was set to return to court Sept. 24.
The criminal complaint alleged, Brown, Karlovich and Gove were among those attending a party at a residence in the town of St. Joseph on Sept. 25, 2011, and were involved in taking cell phone photos of sexually explicit conduct involving a 17-year-old girl. They are also accused of having sexual contact with her while she was extremely intoxicated.