Port Bus Driver Gets 10 Years for Sexual Assualt

Randy R. Mayer, convicted in May of all four felony counts of sexual assault of a child, will spend 10 years in prison with an additional ten more years of extended supervision.

Randy R. Mayer — the long-time Port Washington school bus driver  on his route — has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with the four felony charges.

Mayer will also face 10 more years of extended supervision, according to Fox6now.com. Mayer, 225 S. Madison Ave., of all  of first-degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 13, and faced up to 240 years in prison. The trial involved three children.

  • Read: Patch covered the entire three-day trial.

Mayer was  with three felony counts involving two boys; the  when another boy came forward.

The first three charges involved two boys, 9 and 10 years old, which took place between Oct. 1-13, 2011. The interviewed 37 students about the allegations, said former Police Chief Richard Thomas. Details from the criminal complaint . The fourth charge, with allegations similar to the other cases, involved a 6-year-old boy who .

Jaime Sommers July 10, 2012 at 12:24 PM
Somewhat disappointing. No where near the maximum. He could be out in a few years, couldn't he? for "good behavior"? Anyone know how this commonly applies in action? a short term like this usually means we will see him soon again on the streets of Port, so, our kids need EDUCATION immediately, thoroughly and support so there is not another trial in a few years
Terry July 10, 2012 at 07:12 PM
Actually, this sentence is probably about right for the facts on this one. For a case where the prosecution didn't have an actual sexual act to work with, the conviction itself was somewhat uncertain. I am sure the sentence the judge imposed reflects that. The important part here is the sexual predator status. As such, even when released he will be monitored, and the conviction ensures he will never be in a position of control or trust over children again.


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