BRISTOL – A Farmington man imposed with coming to Bristol for a intimate rendezvous with who he notion was a 15-year-old boy has been given one chance at a first-time offender procedure.
Andrzej Matysiak, 68, appeared Tuesday in Bristol Superior Court to answer to an apparent violation of the conditions for Enlarged Rehabilitation. The details of the violation were not disclosed, as the case was statutorily sealed when he was granted put together by last April.
Matysiak’s attorney alluded to the violation have having something to do with a condition that the 68-year-old not use certain electronic devices while in the two-year program.
State prosecutors did not take a rank on whether the program should have been really terminated.
Judge Jesse Cronan opted not to terminate Accredited Rehabilitation, setting the case down due to the original completion date of Early 14, 2020. The judge announced he believes Matysiak may not have now fully understood the conditions of the workout.
If Matysiak sucedd in the program, charges of pursued second-degree sexual assault, criminal look at commit enticing a minor by laptop and attempted risk of injury to a small will be dropped.
Matysiak, who is free from custody, was arrested Jan. 21, 2017, after law enforcement officials said he used a handset app to contact who he contemplation was a 15-year-old boy. The while conversing between the two was sexual by using nature, police said.
It later turned out the person Matysiak was allegedly in contact with was the be destroyed of the POP (Prey on Predators) Squad, a local group that has been answerable for numerous other arrests in the area associating similar allegations.
A meeting was arranged between the two on the Pine Street Plaza the day Matysiak was arrested. When Matysiak got, police said he was met in front of the Bristol man who posed really teen. Police were called in a word thereafter.
Police discussed the POP Squad founder highlighted officers evidence indicating Matysiak found intended on having a sexual connection with a young boy.
During Accelerated Rehabilitation, Matysiak are going required to avoid any new expense and comply with any other conditions any kind of a judge ordered. No further details appeared available about the program, as the the circumstance has been ordered sealed.
Justin Muszynski can be reached at 860-973-1809 or jmuszynski@bristolpress. com.