Kansas offender convicted in sex case
HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — A Pawnee County jury has convicted a man sentenced to a sexual predator program on charges stemming from assaults on a state hospital patient.
A Pawnee County jury found Perry Lee Isley guilty of aggravated sodomy, aggravated sexual battery and sexual battery after a three-day trial. The Hutchinson News reports ) that Isley was convicted late Wednesday.
District Attorney Douglas McNett says the victim at Larned State Hospital initially complied with Isley’s requests for sex out of fear. When the victim refused Isley requests, Isley forced himself on the victim. The incidents allegedly occurred in 2011, when Isley was in the sexual predator program at Larned.
He was convicted earlier of aggravated indecent liberties with a child under 14 in Shawnee County. Isley was released from parole in 2011.