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Michael McClelland pleads no contest to amended charges

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Michael McClelland

RACINE CO. (WITI) — Michael McClelland pleaded no contest in a Racine Co. court to three felony counts of exposing a child to harmful descriptions on Monday, February 18th.

McClelland first faced a charge of first-degree child sex assault and two other felonies. Those were dismissed on Monday in exchange for amended charges.

McClelland was accused of having inappropriate communications with a pre-teen girl in Mount Pleasant in July 2012. McClelland admitted to police that he sent the girl explicit messages to her iPod Touch — and that at one point, he had touched her under her shirt.

McClelland will be sentenced on Monday, April 1st.

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