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Police in Manawa look for more victims in child sex assault case

WAUPACA COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) – A 19-year-old man has been charged with multiple child sex assault counts in Waupaca County.

Dyllon R.T. Lazic is charged with these counts:

1st Degree Child Sexual Assault
Repeated Sexual Assault of Same Child
Child Sexual Exploitation – Videos, Records, etc.
3rd Degree Sexual Assault
Child Sexual Exploitation – Employ, Use, Induce
Possession of Child Pornography
Child Enticement – Sexual Contact
Exposing Genitals/Public Area/Intimate Parts to a Child
Expose Child to Harmful Material

A criminal complaint obtained by Action 2 News states a boy identified as Victim 1 told police that Lazic had been sexually assaulting him for 4 to 5 years at a trailer park in Manawa.

The victim told police that it started when he was in 8th grade. The victim stated that he would tell Lazic “no” but Lazic would continue to pressure him to engage in sexual acts.

Victim 1 stated that Lazic would take photos of him in compromising positions.

“Victim 1 described Dyllon as very manipulative, pressuring and controlling individual who expects everyone to operate on his time,” reads the complaint.

The victim stated that he had seen outbursts of anger from Dyllon that made him afraid. He stated that Dyllon threatened to kill him.

The victim also stated that he had seen Dyllon sexually abuse a dog.

On Feb. 18, police seized Dyllon Lazic’s phone and found video of child sex assault and a “large amount of pornographic photos.” Some of the photos included bestiality.

They also found 24 photos of a “prepubescent child engaged in sexually explicit conduct.”

The Manawa Police Department says there is cause to believe there are additional victims. The investigation is ongoing, police say.

If you have any information about Lazic, contact Manawa Police at 920-596-3390.

Lazic appeared in Waupaca County Court March 13. The court set bond at $15,000. Conditions of bond include absolute sobriety and no contact with people under 18.

Lazic’s next court appearance is scheduled for March 26.

Chris Watkins

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