Orange City, Iowa — A Hull man has been sentenced to probation and a suspended 10-year prison term in a sexual assault case.

According to the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office, 21-year-old Treyton Huyser was arrested in January as the result of an investigation that began in October 2021, following the report of a sexual assault that allegedly occurred at a rural Hull residence.

Deputies say their investigation revealed that Huyser allegedly sexually assaulted the victim on multiple occasions between 2020 and 2021.

Huyser was charged with four counts of 3rd Degree Sexual Abuse, which is a Class C Felony, and one count of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child, a Class B Felony.

Huyser originally pleaded not guilty in February but changed his plea to guilty as part of a negotiated plea, according to court records. In total, on three of the four counts of sexual abuse, Huyser was sentenced to a suspended indeterminate 10-year prison sentence. He must serve three years of probation and pay fines, costs, and fees. The remaining count of sexual abuse and the count of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child were dismissed, according to court records.

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