Man convicted of sex with minors has chance at probation

Jordan Fraiser Schroeder

Jordan Fraiser Schroeder

MINDEN — One man was given a chance at probation for having sex with minors after an evaluation showed he isn’t a high risk to offend again. Jordan Fraiser Schroeder, 23, was sentenced on Tuesday for his involvement in a July 2014 statutory sexual seduction.

Schroeder had sex with two minors after meeting them online and inviting them to a “kickback.”

Two other men also came over and had sex with the girls.

He was escorting one of the girls to the sheriff’s office to file a sexual assault case against the two other men when he was caught.

One of the victims father’s said they moved out of state and won’t be making a statement.

Schroder was also sentenced on Monday for statutory sexual seduction out of Carson City.

For the Carson City case he was sentenced to a 12-36 month suspended prison sentence, five years on probation and a six-month jail sentence that began on Thursday.

“Mr. Schroeder is not a predator,” said Attorney Loren Graham. “He suffers from substance abuse, immaturity and poor judgment.”

In September Judge Tod Young had ordered Schroeder to get an evaluation from his therapist regarding his substance abuse counseling and mental health.

His therapist reported Schroeder was not a high risk to offend again, therefore eligible for probation.

“Your conduct is not the result of depression, its not the result of marijuana, it’s a result of you,” said Young.

“You have a gross immaturity, you act like you’re 14.”

He was given a 40 month suspended prison sentence, and placed on probation not to exceed five years. His sentence will run concurrent to the Carson City case.

He has credit for one-day time served.

“You better not test the rules here,” said Young. “You need to thank your attorney.”


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