Woman charged with sexually assaulting minor

ROGERS CITY — A woman accused of sexually assaulting a minor was arraigned Monday in Presque Isle County’s 53rd Circuit Court.

Bobbi Peak, 26, was charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct against a child aged 13 to 15, along with two other charges. She stood mute on the charges and a plea of not guilty was entered on her behalf.


In the same court Monday, Sean McAuley, 43, pleaded guilty to attempting to defraud a local resident when he took money for repair work on a roof without the intent of completing the work.

A charge of working as an unlicensed residential builder was dropped as a part of the plea deal.


A trial for Michael Rigot, accused of sexually abusive behavior toward a child, will be delayed until at least January.

The trial, originally scheduled for July, was rescheduled because the court was unable to seat a jury of 12 impartial county residents.

In September, Rigot’s attorney requested a 60-day delay after taking on the case in place of Rigot’s former counsel, but that request was denied.

A renewed request for postponement, attributed to a delay in receiving data needed to defend his client against 29 counts of criminal sexual conduct, was approved by Judge Aaron Gauthier, pushing Rigot’s trial until the new year.

Julie Riddle can be reached at 989-358-5693, jriddle@thealpenanews.com or on Twitter @jriddleX.