PORTLAND The man convicted of sexually assaulting women at TriMet bus stops was sentenced to two years in prison and five years post-prison supervision Tuesday.
Jared Walter, 26, pleaded guilty in May to sex abuse, public indecency, interfering with public transportation and harassment.
Walter was suspected of ejaculating on women at TriMet stops. He was previously convicted and served time in prison for cutting the hair of women he didn't know on buses.
During the sentencing, Walter said that he was sorry he hurt the victims and he wants to get help.
The Multnomah County District Attorney said Walter fell down stairs as a child, which caused brain damage and changed his personality.
Once Walter is released from prison, the judge will consider a motion from Walter to serve his post prison supervision in Texas, where he grew up. Walter was also banned from using TriMet.