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Ericksen asked if he could visit him at college, or if the young man would drive to the Twin Cities to see him, the Merrill man said."I grabbed a piece of paper and wrote a letter back, saying I never wanted to see him again," he said."And I never heard from him again." At that point, he said, he wasn't aware there were other victims.The Merrill man's details in interviews with USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin matched those contained in one of three criminal complaints filed Friday against Ericksen.The complaints did not name the victims but said one boy was younger than 12 at the time he was assaulted, one was 13 and one was old enough to drive.Later that year, during a brief interview before he declined to discuss the case further, then-Sheriff Kelsey told the news network that “we did an investigation and we turned it over to the District Attorney’s Office for consideration of charges.”Poquette declined to discuss the case when first reached in 2016 and more recently this fall, saying he does not discuss court cases with reporters.Marcoux similarly declined to comment when approached Monday at the Sawyer County Courthouse.
The Merrill boy had just turned 13 when his older sister decided to take a trip to visit the priest at his new church in Winter in September 1982.Since that night, the Merrill man has struggled to come to terms with what happened between him and the priest, a man he looked at as a father figure, he said.He didn't hear from Ericksen again until he was a sophomore in college, when the priest sent him a letter, apologizing for what he had done to him that evening in the rectory, as a part of a recovery program, the man said.Peter's in Winter, the complaint said, but the settlement did not involve the victims from Rice Lake or Rhinelander.When investigators asked if the allegations in the civil suit were true, according to the complaint, he told them yes.