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Pukwana teen sentenced to four years in juvenile correctional facility for rape

PUKWANA -- A 17-year-old Pukwana man was sentenced on Tuesday to four years in prison for attempted second-degree rape. Robert Vennard was sentenced to four years in prison to be served at the North Dakota Juvenile Correctional Facility. Vennard ...

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PUKWANA - A 17-year-old Pukwana man was sentenced on Tuesday to four years in prison for attempted second-degree rape.

Robert Vennard was sentenced to four years in prison to be served at the North Dakota Juvenile Correctional Facility. Vennard pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree rape on June 13.

Attempted second-degree rape is a Class 2 felony, punishable upon conviction by up to 25 years in prison and a fine of $50,000.

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