“Blue Goose” is a reference to the Blue Bus that you are transported to State Prison on.
Nicholas Feitl, 30, was sentenced to two to five years in a state correctional institution after pleading guilty to felony statutory sexual assault and misdemeanor indecent assault. Feitl was also ordered to undergo two years of state probation following his parole and register as a sex offender for 25 years, as well as pay for court costs.
Feitl at first was charged with rape, statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, two counts of aggravated indecent assault, and corruption of minors, all felonies.
He also faces misdemeanor charges of child endangerment and six counts of indecent assault.
The victim told an investigator that she encountered Feitl at a party at her mother’s house earlier that month, police said.
While not certain of the date, she recalled that the party, which was attended by other adults and children, happened on a Saturday.
She knew the defendant that evening only by the name “Nick,” according to court documents.
After the party ended, the girl found herself alone with Feitl in the dining room. She said he touched her suggestively while she was lying on a bench.
She told him, “No, please don’t,” a police affidavit said, “and he stopped.”
But when the teenager moved into the living room, where she laid down on a mattress to go to sleep, the defendant followed her. Later, he again touched her in a sexually explicit manner.
Again, documents said, she rebuffed his advances a second time and then a third time.
But at some point, the girl said, Feitl forced himself on her, sexually assaulting and raping her.
Kinda a light sentence for the crime that happened, but at this point should we expect anything less of our elected officials in Butler County