A Winona man accused of raping a 14-year-old girl last fall appeared Monday in Winona County Court on multiple felony sexual assault charges.
Kyle Bradley Duellman, 20, faces two counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.
According to the criminal complaint, the assaults took place between Nov. 3-4, 2018, at two residences in Winona.
During an interview this March, the girl told investigators while staying at the first residence, she woke to discover Duellman touching her through her clothing.
The girl told investigators that the day after the first assault, Duellman followed her to the second residence where he raped her in the basement of the building.
According to the complaint, Duellman didn’t use a condom and threatened to “seriously” hurt the girl if she told anyone about the assault.
In 2017, Duellman — then a student at Alternative Learning Center — pleaded guilty making terroristic threats and was sentenced to two years probation after he shared a threatening message referring to a possible school shooting at Winona Senior High School on Snapchat.
If convicted on all three felony charges, Duellman could face up to 40 years in prison.
In court Monday, Judge Terrence Walters released Duellman without bail on the condition that he remain law abiding, consume no alcohol or controlled substances, have no contact with the victim, submit to random testing and make all future court appearances.
Duellman was also given the option of posting a $50,000 bond without conditions. His next court appearance is scheduled for July 11.