Wisconsin man held on bond for alleged sexual assault
A Wisconsin man is being held on $300,000 bail in the Goodhue County Jail on charges that he sexually assaulted a woman in Red Wing earlier this month.
Robert Lee Dullum, 36, of Prescott, Wis., has been charged in Goodhue County District Court with felony charges of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, second-degree criminal sexual conduct, domestic assault and violating a restraining order.
According to a criminal complaint, on Nov. 4 Dullum went to the home of a Red Wing woman whom he had been ordered to have no contact with. Dullum had also been ordered to stay 300 feet away from the woman’s residence, according to court documents.
The woman reported to Red Wing police that Dullum called her around 3:10 a.m. that day. Around four hours later, Dullum allegedly entered the woman’s residence and when she asked him how he got in, he replied “very carefully,” according to court documents.
Dullum then allegedly sexually assaulted the woman. Before the alleged assault, Dullum reportedly hid the woman’s phone, and as he left told her he was not going to tell her where it was because he needed to get out of there before she called police, according to court documents.
The woman agreed to go to the hospital for a sexual assault examination and because her left arm was hurt from being held down, according to court documents.
In Goodhue County District Court on Thursday, Judge Douglas Bayley set bail in the amount of $300,000 without conditions and $75,000 with conditions. As of Friday morning, Dullum was listed in custody in the Goodhue County Jail.
His next court appearance is scheduled for Dec. 5.