Quincy man facing 20 to 150 years in prison after being found guilty of criminal sexual assault

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Tylar Richmiller | Photo courtesy of Adams County Jail

QUINCY — An Adams County jury on Tuesday found a Quincy man guilty of two counts of predatory criminal sexual assault (victim under age 13) and two counts of criminal sexual assault.  

Tylar N. Richmiller, 27, faces a sentencing range between 20 and 150 years. He is scheduled to be sentenced on June 21.

Richmiller was arrested on July 22 as the result of an investigation by the Quincy Police Department and investigators with the Department of Child and Family Services involving allegations of sexual abuse against a Quincy juvenile. He was taken into custody at his home, 1617 College. He posted a $5,000 cash bond and was released.

The investigation continued, and a second possible juvenile victim was located. A second Adams County warrant was issued for multiple counts of predatory criminal sexual assault and criminal sexual assault. Richmiller was arrested Aug. 6 on the second warrant near his residence with the assistance of the Adams County Sheriff’s Office and U.S. Marshals Task Force.  

After the two-day trial before Judge Timothy Wessel, the jury deliberated for approximately five hours before reaching a guilty verdict on all counts just before 8 p.m. Tuesday. The state’s case was presented by Adams County Assistance State’s Attorney Anita Rodriguez. Richmiller was represented by Adams County Public Defender John Citro. 

Richmiller has a separate case pending where he faces two more counts of criminal sexual assault. A status hearing in that case is set for April 27. He remains lodged in the Adams County Jail.

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