Winfield man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting child

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Timothy J. Dolan | Kane County state’s attorney’s office

A west suburban man was sentenced to 4 1/2 years in prison after pleading guilty to repeatedly sexually assaulting a child he knew over a seven-year period.

Timothy J. Dolan, 51, pleaded guilty Thursday to criminal sexual assault, a Class 1 felony; and aggravated criminal sexual abuse, a Class 2 felony, according to the Kane County state’s attorney’s office.

Dolan, who lives on Windermere Road in Winfield and formerly lived in Geneva, sexually assaulted and sexually abused the victim at a home in Geneva between August 1998 and August 2005, a statement from prosecutors said. He knew the victim, who was younger than 18 at the time.

By law, Dolan must serve at least 85 percent of his sentence, prosecutors said. He was given credit for at least 499 days served in the Kane County Jail.

After his prison term, Dolan must follow all conditions of specialized sex offender probation for 30 months, prosecutors said. He must not have any contact with the victim, cannot possess sexually explicit material or use websites that contain sexually explicit material, and cannot intentionally loiter near places frequented by minors.

He must also register for life as a sex offender , prosecutors said.

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