Woman sentenced to probation in sexual assault case
Published:
March 7, 2018
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A Cranberry Township woman was sentenced to probation in Butler County Court, after being charged with sexually abusing two minors over the course of four years.

Yvonne A. Kumpfmiller, 55, was sentenced to 24 months of probation by President Judge Thomas Doerr.

She was also ordered to pay court costs and $500 in fines.

Kumpfmiller previously pleaded guilty to misdemeanor corruption of minors on Feb. 6.

Cranberry Township police initially charged Kumpfmiller with felony corruption of minors and three misdemeanor counts of indecent assault for incidents occurring between March 26, 2012, and Nov. 30, 2016.

The felony charge was later changed to a misdemeanor, to which she pleaded. The remaining charges were dismissed as part of the plea.

Assistant District Attorney Terri Schultz asked for a long period of supervision based on the victim impact statement from one of the victims and the facts of the case.

Kumpfmiller's attorney, Eric Fischer, asked for a short period of probation as “my client has never been in trouble before” and said she intends to continue with drug and alcohol treatment.