A former Washington Community Schools employee pleaded guilty in Daviess County Superior Court Thursday to one count of child seduction, a level 5 felony.
In May of 2016, William A. Breeden, now 29, was arrested on four counts of child seduction for events that took place between February and April of 2016. According to probable cause affidavits, at the time of his arrest, Breeden was working as a non-certified employee, assisting with the broadcasting program at the high school.
The probable cause affidavit states that Breeden engaged in inappropriate activities with a then-17-year-old female who he had supervision over. The four counts stem from four encounters he had with the student.
Daviess County Superior Court Judge Dean Sobecki said the level five felony comes with an advisory sentence of three years and a maximum sentence of six years. All other counts against Breeden, who will be sentenced on April 6 at 1 p.m., have been dropped.