WATERFORD (WITI) -- 18-year-old Adam Farra, the man accused of sexually assaulting two 14-year-old girls at a high school football game, pleaded not guilty Thursday, October 2nd.
FOX6 News has learned this isn't Farra's first run-in with the law.
In the latest case filed against him out of Racine County, Farra faces two counts of second degree sexual assault of a child, and two counts of disorderly conduct.
The high school football field is a popular place on the weekends in the Town of Waterford. On Friday night, September 19th, there were more than just the Friday night lights on the field. This, after two 14-year-old girls told police what happened to them that night near the football field.
Police say the girls told them Farra grabbed one of them and inappropriately touched her.
A criminal complaint says that girl ran, and Farra grabbed her again — fondling her and not letting go. That girl eventually got away, and she told police Farra grabbed her again — calling her “sexy.”
The complaint says the girl told police Farra grabbed her several more times as she tried to get away.
Meanwhile, another 14-year-old girl told police Farra came up to her and tried to kiss her and fondle her — saying he “didn’t give a (expletive) if he got in trouble with the cops” and “why is every sexy person so young and worth getting in trouble with the cops?”
Police found Farra quickly. They say he told them he was giving one of the girls a piggyback ride because she didn’t have a shoe on, and that she must have misunderstood him touching her in that way.
According to a Waterford police report, officers talked with Farra earlier in the night and he said: “I hate the cops. I love getting into trouble. I was going to tattoo a middle finger on my (rear-end) so when I saw you guys, I would pull down my pants and moon you.”
The report says Farra also said “I am proud that I just got out of jail.”
Farra’s criminal history since he turned 18 in April includes four other separate cases.
A case filed in August charges Farra with criminal damage to property, bail jumping and disorderly conduct. He has pleaded guilty to the criminal damage to property charge, and the other charges have been dismissed.
Another case filed in August charges Farra with disorderly conduct.
A case filed in June charges Farra with battery, criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct. He has pleaded guilty to the criminal damage to property charge, and the other charges have been dismissed.