Several teens in Wisconsin said they were raped by a man who would throw parties and the suspect had hundreds of child pornography images, according to an arrest report.
In February, a now 18-year-old reported to Sheboygan police that he was sexually assaulted four years ago.
The victim stated Eric Suscha, 23, touched him and other boys around his age during the summer when they were in seventh grade, police said and WISN 12 News reported.
The victim said he was hanging out with friends and told them about the sexual assault, police said. His friends also stated that Suscha sexually assaulted them.
According to a complaint, the victim told police Suscha offered the teen $200 to have sex and record a video as proof. It also stated Suscha offered the victim money for oral sex on several occasions and asked for nude photos.
At the time, Suscha was in college and when he would return home, he would host these parties where he would give teens alcohol and marijuana, according to WISN 12 News.
A second victim told police Suscha sexually assaulted him when he was 16 or 17 years old and Suscha asked him for naked photos on at least eight occasions, police said.
WISN 12 News reported a third victim told investigators he was 14 years old in 2016 when Suscha asked him for naked photos. The complaint also stated that Suscha paid the victim to perform oral sex.
According to police, a fourth victim stated he was 15 years old in 2017 when Suscha sexually assaulted him. He was offered cash for nude photos and sex on at least 25 occasions by Suscha.
The fifth victim was 15 years old in 2015 when Suscha touched him and asked for naked photos, according to police.
During the investigation, detectives said they found hundreds of photos of child pornography on Suscha’s electronic devices.
Suscha was arrested last month and now faces at least 18 criminal charges, including sexual exploitation of a child, repeated sexual assault of a child, child enticement, soliciting a child for prostitution and fourth-degree sexual assault, police said.
Suscha pleaded not guilty on all charges and posted a $250,000 bond and was released, authorities said. He faces more than 100 years in prison, if convicted.
Police said their investigation was ongoing and more charges could be filed.