Man who sexually assaulted UW student to live in Fitchburg

A Madison man who sexually assaulted a UW-Madison student in a stairwell in 2006 finished his jail sentence and will be moving to Fitchburg.

Paul Aud, 44, was convicted of second-degree sexual assault after he attacked a 20-year-old woman he did not know in the stairwell of her Langdon Street apartment building, according to police.

He followed her to her building, punched her, dragged her down the stairs and attempted to have sex with her, officers said. 

In 2007, he was arrested for "lewd and lascivious" behavior. The charge for that incident was included in the sentence for the 2006 incident. 

He will live at 5931 Seminole Centre Court in Fitchburg.  

Aud will be under strict supervision, and if he violates the conditions of his supervision, he will be taken into custody.

The Fitchburg Police Department will hold a community meeting Wednesday to discuss Aud's placement and address concerns from neighbors. The meeting will start at 5 p.m. at Fitchburg Fire Station #2.

For more information about the Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry, click here.

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