Plea agreement reached for man accused in downtown Flint church attacks

| September 24, 2012

FLINT, MI — A man who authorities allege was involved in two attacks at a downtown Flint church reached a plea agreement with prosecutors today.

Albert Eugene Haymer, 49, pleaded guilty in front of Genesee Circuit Judge Archie Hayman to one count of assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer. He also acknowledged habitual offender second-conviction status as part of the plea.

Two other assaulting/resisting/obstructing a police officer charges were dismissed.

Haymer was arrested after authorities say he sexually assaulted one woman and attempted to assault another one at the First Presbyterian Church of Flint on March 27.

The church staff alerted sheriff's deputies at the neighboring McCree district court building of the attack. The deputies chased, tased and eventually apprehended Haymer.

He was also initially charged with one count of first-degree and one count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct but those charges were eventually dismissed after the victim failed to show up to court.

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