Flint man in Alpena court for sex assaults
ALPENA — A Flint man could face trial in Alpena for sexual assault charges dating back to 2004.
According to court records, Todd Allen Agar, 48, was on Dec. 11 bound over to 26th Circuit Court on four sexual misconduct charges.
One charge was dropped in 88th District Court because prosecutors did not prove probable cause on that charge.
Agar faces one court of first-degree criminal sexual conduct with personal injury, two counts first-degree criminal sexual conduct during a felony, and one count criminal sexual conduct with injury to an incapacitated victim.
At least one of the victims was a minor. The News does not name victims of sexual assault.
The judge ordered that Agar have no contact with his alleged victims. Each offense is eligible for a Tier III status under the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act.
If convicted, Agar could face up to life in prison.
A complaint was filed on May 7, 2018, alleging that Agar committed the crimes in Alpena between Jan. 2004 and May 2005.
A warrant was issued for his arrest at that time.
On Oct. 29, the warrant was canceled when Agar was located in custody in Chicago, according to court records. He was extradited to Jackson, where he was lodged in the Charles Egeler Reception and Guidance Center.
Agar’s court-appointed attorney, Michael Lamble, could not be reached for comment.
Online Michigan Department of Corrections records indicate Agar is in prison for a parole violation on a separate charge.
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