EBENSBURG – A man who served time for his role in a crash in which a 16-year-old girl died four years ago has pleaded no contest to one count of indecent assault in an unrelated case.

Patrick John Fyock, 25, of Vintondale, entered the plea in front of Cambria County Judge David Tulowitzki on Monday.

Fyock is scheduled to be sentenced on Dec. 12.

Authorities allege that he had consensual sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl between August and October 2012.

State police reported that Fyock began texting with the girl in May 2012 and purchased two phone cards for her so they could communicate.

He initially was charged with two counts each of sexual assault, aggravated assault, corruption of minors and indecent assault.

Fyock served time in prison for his role in the death of Kelsey Lynn Miller, of Nanty Glo, a passenger in a car driven by Daniel Paul Turous in which Fyock also was a passenger. They led police on a high-speed chase in Blair County before crashing in Hollidaysburg on Sept. 19, 2010.

Fyock, 21 at the time, was charged with providing alcohol that Turous, then 17, consumed.

Fyock entered a no contest plea to involuntary manslaughter and providing alcohol to a minor, and was sentenced to county prison.

Kathy Mellott is a reporter for The Tribune-Democrat. She can be reached at (814) 539-5328. Follow her on Twitter @KathyMellottTD.

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