WINDOM (KMHL) – A Windom man faces criminal charges after he allegedly admitted to authorities that he sexually assaulted two vulnerable adults at a group home that he worked in.
Samuel Sandbo, 21, of Windom, was charged Wednesday with two felony counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct.
According to the criminal complaint, Sandbo admitted to his supervisor in November that he raped two clients. Sandbo began working at the group home in January 2017. He allegedly told police he became physically abusive to the clients within about six months of working there.
According to the complaint, Sanbo admits he assaulted the first victim in a bed, but stopped when the victim hit him. He also admitted to raping the second victim in a bathroom.