Nahun Gutierrez, 22, of Farmersville was sentenced to 35 years in prison without the possibility of parole for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child, announced
Collin County District Attorney Greg Willis.
In 2015, Gutierrez had repeated sexual contact with an 8 year old child known to him. In July 2016, the child told school classmates about the abuse; school personnel reported the child's outcry to authorities.
Lydia Connor with the Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County forensically interviewed the child, who disclosed details about the abuse.
Collin County Sheriff's Office Investigator
Chris Fontana collected items identified during the forensic interview and submitted them for DNA testing. Those items were later confirmed to have biological evidence belonging to Gutierrez.
The jury returned guilty verdicts.
Judge Richard Davis presided over the trial and sentenced Gutierrez to 35 years in prison without the possibility for parole for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child and 10 years in prison for a related charge of Indecency with a Child.
Assistant District Attorneys
Sarah Preston and
Geeta Singletary prosecuted the case, assisted by District Attorney Investigator
Kim Voigt-Eanes, as well as District Attorney Victim Assistance Coordinator