The attorney for a Homer man suspected of harassing an intoxicated, unconscious teenager at a 2012 party says his client will plead guilty to felony evidence tampering and hindering prosecution charges.
Defense attorney Phillip Weidner says 22-year-old Anthony Resetarits also will plead guilty to misdemeanor harassment and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
A Kenai grand jury indicted Resetarits and his brother in September 2013 on felony charges of sexual assault.
A judge in August dismissed the charges, citing problems with information presented to the grand jury.
New charges filed Tuesday say Anthony Resetarits deleted photos of the incident and encouraged others to do so.