SANDY — A man convicted of impregnating a 13-year-old girl he met on Facebook and injecting her with heroin during his sexual assaults is back in jail after allegedly violating his probation for a second time.
Victor Steven Robinson, 25, of Sandy, was originally charged in 2013 with three counts of rape of a child, a first-degree felony, and three counts of child endangerment, a third-degree felony. He pleaded guilty later that year to reduced charges: two counts of attempted aggravated sexual abuse of a child, a first degree-felony, and endangerment of a child, a third-degree felony.
Robinson received a suspended term of three years to life in prison and instead was ordered to serve one year in jail and three years of probation.
He was released from jail in July of 2014, according to court documents. But he violated the terms of his probation almost immediately, including visiting "approximately 108 different sexually explicit videos/websites" in seven days, according to a report from Adult Probation and Parole agents filed in 3rd District Court.
For that, his probation was revoked and a new three-year probation term began in August of 2014.
According to a new progress report filed March 18, agents noted that he violated the terms of the Utah Sex Offender Registry by not actually living where he said he was. He also has yet to complete a mandatory psychosexual and substance abuse violation, it noted.
"It appears Mr. Robinson is unwilling to comply with conditions of his probation and Utah Sex Offender Registration requirements," the report states.
A warrant was issued for Robinson's arrest and he was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on Thursday. Adult Probation and Parole agents are now recommending that he serve 90 days in jail if convicted of his probation violation.