A Cecil Township man is facing sexual assault charges after a 14-year-old girl reported he assaulted her at a residence in Midway last summer.
Brian Slebonick, 36, of 87 Wilson Ave., was allegedly at a residence in Midway the night of Aug. 11, watching a movie with the alleged victim, according to the criminal complaint.
During an interview with McDonald police two days later, the girl told them that she and Slebonick had been sitting on a couch when he pulled off a blanket, exposing himself to her, the complaint said. She allegedly ran to the bathroom to get away from him.
She told police that later that night, he started kissing her and sexually assaulting her, the complaint said. She allegedly told him “no” several times before running to the bathroom again to get away from him. This time he followed her, police said, but she was able to secure the door.
The girl allegedly told Slebonick her age and said that he would get arrested, to which he allegedly replied, “I don’t care,” the complaint said. The girl told police Slebonick told her to “promise that she was not going to tell anyone what happened,” the complaint said.
When the girl left the bathroom again, Slebonick was asleep, she told police.
On Wednesday, police charged Slebonick with statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, unlawful contact with a minor, corruption of minors and indecent assault. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.