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Tabor man gets four months for sexual exploitation of 14-year-old

TYNDALL--A Tabor man was sentenced on March 12 to four months in jail for the sexual exploitation of a 14-year-old girl. Joshua Waldner, 31, will serve his sentence in 10-day increments beginning on the first day of each month and will be eligibl...

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TYNDALL-A Tabor man was sentenced on March 12 to four months in jail for the sexual exploitation of a 14-year-old girl.

Joshua Waldner, 31, will serve his sentence in 10-day increments beginning on the first day of each month and will be eligible for work release during that time. The court also gave him a suspended two-year prison sentence and five years probation.

According to court documents, Waldner's offense, involved causing the 14-year-old victim to engage in or simulate obscene activity between July 1 and Dec. 31, 2017.

As a condition of his sentence, Waldner is not allowed to have contact with anyone under the age of 18 without approval. He has to successfully complete sex offender treatment, which will include participation in polygraph exams, and he must pay for any counseling the victim might have received.

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