Beaver Dam Man Deemed Competent To Stand Trial For Molestation

11/7/17 – The case against a Beaver Dam man accused of having inappropriate contact with two minors will resume. Roberto Rodriguez Rodriguez was deemed competent to proceed and assist in his defense by the court Tuesday after he was deemed not competent to stand trial in September. Rodriguez-Rodriguez is facing two felony counts of First Degree Child Sexual Assault with a Person Under Age 12. Prosecutors say two female minors along with a male juvenile went over to Rodriguez’s’ property to see his cat in July. The 32-year-old reportedly took the two girls, who were between the ages of six-to-eight, into a room and assaulted them. They returned the next day to see the cat and one of the minors was allegedly assaulted again. One of the victims told the male juvenile who then informed his parents. Rodriguez later turned himself in. If convicted, he faces a combined maximum of 120 years in prison. A judge will decide later this month if there is enough evidence to order a trial.