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Darrick Guider, accused of raping 10-year-old girl and getting her pregnant, pleads guilty

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MILWAUKEE COUNTY — A 40-year-old Milwaukee man, charged with first degree sexual assault – intercourse with a person under 12 has reached a plea deal in the case against him. He is accused of raping a girl when she was 10 years old, and getting her pregnant. She later gave birth to a baby girl.

Darrick Guider

Darrick Guider

In court on Tuesday, September 29th, Darrick Guider pleaded guilty to the charge.

Guider was advised in court that a conviction may mean he is subject to Chapter 980 proceedings, and he must now register with the state’s Sex Offender Registry.

Guider has been remanded into custody pending his sentencing hearing in this case.

Meanwhile, as a result of this plea deal, charges filed in a separate case have been dismissed.

Guider faced two counts of intimidate witness/person charged, and possession of a firearm by a felon.

These charges were the result of allegations that Guider, while in jail awaiting his trial, called his girlfriend several times trying to get her to make up a story — asking that she tell the district attorney it wasn’t him who assaulted the girl.

Again — those charges were dismissed as a result of the plea deal.

A family friend told FOX6 News a baby girl was born to the 11-year-old victim in this case on June 4th at Aurora Sinai Hospital.

This, after Guider is accused of raping the girl who lived in the same home as he did when she was 10. He is accused of putting his hand over her mouth when she tried to scream.

The criminal complaint said it happened more than once.

Guider will be sentenced on the first degree sexual assault charge on November 23rd.


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