A Windsor man is facing charges of sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor after engaging in what police are describing as a three-month-long sexual relationship with a local teen.
According to an affidavit obtained in superior court, Kevin Walker, 20, of 69 Barber Street, allegedly had a consensual sexual relationship with a 15-year-old Windsor girl between August and October of 2011. The alleged victim is now 16.
Police say the relationship was discovered when a typed letter — a letter that made reference to sexual activity and Walker — was found in a printer at Windsor High School.
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Police subsequently conducted interviews with the alleged victim and Walker, according to court documents.
When questioned by officers, Walker revealed he was acquainted with the alleged victim, but denied any sexual relationship, explaining that he met the alleged victim through her sister. Denying any sexual activity with the alleged victim, Walker told police he, "did not want to get involved with her because he knew the alleged victim was only 15-years-old," court documents say.
According to the affidavit, the alleged victim told police "it was her idea to have sex and that every time they had sex it was consensual."
The alleged victim also told police she and Walker had sex four times, the affidavit says.
Court documents say the alleged victim told police she thought Walker was "about 17 or 18-years-old," and did not know if Walker was aware of her age.
Police say Walker sent text messages to the alleged victim following his interview with authories, urging her to say nothing about their sexual relationship.
Walker has been charged with four counts of fourth-degree sexual assault and four counts of risk of injury to a minor.
He is scheduled to appear in court on Wed., Oct. 10 and was released from custody on a promise to appear.