John Tedrow, wanted by the Marshall County Sheriff's Department and the Mountain State Fugitive Task Force, has pled guilty before Judge David Hummel Jr.
Tedrow has pled guilty to six counts and according to prosecuting attorney Jeffery Cramer could face up to 70 years in prison if convicted.
Tedrow was originally wanted by the Mountain State Fugitive Task force six months ago, before he was found hiding in a remote part of Rines Ridge. On Monday he plead guilty to two counts of sexual abuse by a custodian, two counts of third degree sexual assault and two counts of use of a minor in filming sexually explicit material.
Marshall County Prosecuting Attorney Jeffery Cramer says Tedrow is expected to undergo a psychiatric evaluation prior to his sentencing date.
"Under West Virginia law for the court to even consider any sentence less than incarceration for a sex offender there has be to be by statute a evaluation completed by a psychiatrist and the defense requested that and the court ordered that to be done," Cramer said.
Tedrow's sentencing has been scheduled by Judge Hummel for September fifth pending the results of his evaluation.
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