CLINTON — A 20-year-old Clinton resident has been sentenced for lascivious acts with a child and assault in connection with two separate incidents that occurred last year.

Tylor L. Nath, of 1143 15th Ave. South, pleaded guilty to the charges in May. He originally was charged with third-degree sexual abuse, a class C felony, and indecent contact with a child, an aggravated misdemeanor.

As part of the plea agreement, the charge of third-degree sexual abuse was amended to lascivious acts with a child, a class C felony. The charge of indecent contact with a child was amended to assault, a simple misdemeanor.

For lascivious acts with a child, Nath was sentenced to 10 years in prison, the maximum for a class C felony. He was given credit for 32 days that he has already served, and he was fined $1,000. He was also given a special sentence, which is essentially supervision for life through the Iowa Department of Corrections, as if on parole.

For the charge of assault, Nath was sentenced to 30 days in Clinton County Jail and fined $625.

Nath must serve the sentences for the two charges consecutively.

He must register as a sex offender and he was ordered to have no contact with the victims.

The indecent contact with a child charge stems from an incident at Rollerden 2000 in Camanche in May 2006.

A police report was filed with Camanche police by the victim and her father in July. According to the police affidavit, Nath touched a 12-year-old female on the inside of her thigh and her stomach.

Two witnesses also spoke to the Camanche police. One claimed to have witnessed additional physical contact between Nath and the victim. The second witness claimed to have seen Nath and the victim kissing.

The second witness also alleged that the victim asked her to lie to the police and tell them “nothing happened.”

In a later interview with Camanche police, the victim was not cooperative, and indicated she did not remember what had happened on the night in question, the affidavit states.

Nath also is accused of having consensual sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old female in June 2006. Court records indicate the victim reported the incident to the Clinton police. When Nath was interviewed by Clinton police, Nath said the victim claimed to have been 16 years old, court records state.

The victim denies Nath’s claim that she misrepresented her age. Nath was charged with third-degree sexual abuse for the second incident.