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A prominent Island businessman was sentenced to two years in the Dukes County house of correction Friday for child assault charges. Steven A. Schwab, 65, pleaded guilty to charges of indecent assault and battery on younger than 14, assault and battery and two counts of open and gross lewdness Friday morning in Edgartown district court. The Hon. Gregory Williams sentenced Mr. Schwab to serve two and a half years in a house of correction on the indecent assault and battery charge with one year to serve and the balance suspended five years, with probation to begin upon release. Schwab was sentenced to another year in a house of correction for the assault and battery charge, to be served after the sentence for the first count.

He was sentenced to one year in a house of correction for each charge of open and gross lewdness, to be served concurrently with the other counts. Schwab also asked the girl to touch his genitals, and pinched her on the buttocks when she would not kiss him good night. Marshard recommended that Mr.

Schwab serve one year of a two-and-a half-year sentence, noting that the plea agreement spared the victim from having to go to trial. He noted that Mr. Judge Williams rejected the recommendation and said he was sentencing him to two years in prison. The court took a recess so Mr. Kelliher and Mr.

Schwab serve his sentence off-Island, but Mr. Kelliher requested that he be allowed to serve his sentence on the Island. Judge Williams agreed to that request, and Mr. Schwab was placed in handcuffs. The plea agreement came after several aborted attempts.

In October, the parties gathered for a plea agreement that fell apart over whether Mr. Schwab would serve jail time. At that time, Judge Williams found for a sentence of two and a half years in a house of correction with one year to serve, but the defense rejected this and a trial was scheduled. Last week, a disposition was underway when Ms. Marshard fell ill and had to leave the courthouse. Kelliher had no comment after court, other than to say that Mr. Editor's Note: this story has been updated from the original to remove sensitive information.

Subscribe or become a Friend of the Vineyard Gazette and receive our free newsletters and free and discounted tickets to Gazette events along with our award-winning news and photography. Search form Search. Friday, January 25, - pm. Assistant district attorney Laura Marshard. Schwab's attorney Tim Kelliher. Comments CarolineNew York. This is such a sad and tough story to read. My heart aches for the young girl but I am not convinced that jail is the right punishment.

The man whom I do not know needs help, serious counseling, which maybe he'll get in prison, but likely not. Sadly, long gone are the days when this man could have been committed to a mental health institution for his crime and gotten the help he needs to understand how to move forward in his life, to learn how not to have this happen again. Prisoners bide their time, stew over what they don't understand, and are released with few, if any, new improvements to their emotional well-being. QuansooChilmark. Jail is the only way to guarantee he will not molest another child for 2 years.

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He cannot be cured with counseling, his disorder is incurable. VeryAnnoyedTisbury. I agree with you.

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Sara Brown your article is well written and on point. KsNew jersey. I too agree with Caroline's comment. This addiction is as any other- working hard on the treatment is the only way be successful.

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This man has been plagued with this disease his whole life and has just now over the past four years been able to achieve solid help. He has and will continue be able to remain sober ,because of the professional help that he has been receiving. I hope that this jail time doesn't set him back on his road to leading a healthy lifestyle. Really, an addiction only treatment, a disease. Jail is the solution or maybe chemical castration. The only thing that has stopped him is that he was caught. He should be off island. That's where he has been living and the victim should not have him near her.

It was the only thing the child asked for. Take it from one who saw the same scenario first hand in her family growing up. TDFalmouth. True, sex addiction is not curable but it is stoppable. This guy has been getting help since the incident happened and has maintained sexual sobriety for four years. None of that counts when sentencing for punishment sake only. I pray for the victim that she gets lots of help and I pray for Mr Schwab that he continues to get help and support both in and out of jail. JaneEdgartown.

A one-year jail sentence in, horrors, the Dukes County Jail. I shudder to think of what that poor man will experience. Just think: days of pure torture while the young victim only endured 4 years of humiliation, disgust and permanent emotional scarring. I'd love to see this "trial" take place in NYC! What a joke. Ever since our nation decided to close mental institutions in droves and make commitment of an adult who is a harm to himself or others almost impossible, crimes of addiction no matter the addiction leave the judge no recourse but jail.

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That in itself is a crime. To WT: addiction is a serious disease of the mind and you are right, a 12 step program is not the cure. It's more like a million and twelve steps. It's never letting up on counseling and support. It's a lifetime of commitment on the part of the person addicted.

Jail is giving up on the man.

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