New Assault Charges Against Recently-Convicted Teen

12/6/11 – A Waupun teen who was sentenced last week for having a sexual relationship with a middle-school age child, faces new charges related to a relationship with a different underage girl. 18-year-old Alezander Ramirez was ordered to spend 30 days in jail for sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl. He had choked the girl during the first assault so she complied the second time out of fear. The newest charge of Sexual Assault of a Child Under the Age of 16 stems from an alleged incident in October with a girl who is even younger than his first victim. There was no force alleged as part of the newest charges. Alezander is also facing a count of felony Bail Jumping for violating conditions of bond related to the first assault. He faces up to 46 years in prison if he is convicted. In addition, he had entered into a deferred prosecution agreement last week on the more serious of the assault charges and would have avoided a felony record if he stayed out of trouble. A signature bond was set at $5000 yesterday and Alezander is due back in court next month.