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Roseland Man Sentenced to 17 Years for Child Sex Assault

Roseland New Jersey


Newark – Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray announced today that William Siudmak, 56, of Roseland was sentenced to 17 years in New Jersey State Prison by the Honorable Alfonse J. Cifelli, Judge of the Superior Court, for aggravated sexual assault and other crimes against a young girl.

According to Assistant Prosecutor Kelly Sandler, who handled the case, on June 2, Siudmak pled guilty to two counts of 1st degree aggravated sexual assault on a child, four counts of 2nd degree sexual assault on a child, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.  Additionally, he pled guilty to a single count of possession of sexually exploitive images of children. 

“Thanks to the courage of the victim in this case, who came forward and exposed these horrific crime, the State was able to ensure that this defendant will no longer be able to prey on any other children in the future,’’ said Assistant Prosecutor Sandler. “Additionally, her reporting brought to light the defendant's personal library of sexually exploitive images of children who were victimized in the past and now will not be shared with others in the future.”

Under the No Early Release Act, Siudmak must serve 85 percent of his 17-year sentence before he will become eligible for parole.  

The investigation into this case was a joint investigation between the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, the Warren County Prosecutor’s Office, the New Jersey State Police and the Roseland Police Department.