LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – A Lancaster County man will spend up to 40 years in prison for sexually assaulting seven teenage women.
Trevor Bradley Wimer, 22, on Monday was ordered to serve 20 to 40 years followed by 10 years of probation, according to District Attorney Craig Stedman’s office.
Wimer was also deemed a sexually violent predator and must register his whereabouts with police for the rest of his life.
He pleaded guilty in February to 15 charges, including multiple counts of sexual assault and indecent assault.
He met many of the victims at Park City Center and coffee shops, then contacted them through social media and text messages and asked them to hang out at his home. Prosecutors said he made sure the victims had no way of getting home.
Wimer assaulted four women at his Gordonville home between December 2014 and February 2015, including a 15-year-old girl and two 18-year-old women. Police said a fourth woman, a 19-year-old, was repeatedly sexually assaulted over two days.
Police said he also raped two 18-year-old women at his former home in Warwick Township in November 2013 and April 2014. He also lured a 14-year-old girl to an upstairs bathroom at the home and indecently assaulted her in 2013.
A 16-year-old girl told police that Wimer raped her on the grounds of Conestoga Valley Middle School during non-school hours in October 2012
A victim who spoke at his sentencing hearing said Wimer raped her and, after he was charged in a separate case and posted bail, he frequented a restaurant where she worked and she was forced to wait on him.
Authorities said there were likely more victims, but others discovered during the investigation chose not to participate in prosecuting Wimer.