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Weser Weson sentenced to 18 years for raping teen

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A 25-year-man accused of raping a girl multiple times is sentenced to serve 18 years in prison.

Weser Wesen was convicted of multiple counts of first degree criminal sexual conduct and third degree criminal sexual conduct. He is accused of forcing himself on the child almost weekly. The sexual attacks starting when the victim was only 15 years old. He is also accused of brutally beating the teen each time she refused to have sex.

It was argument outside of a local store in Maite that led police to arrest Wesen last October.

Judge Michael Bordallo today sentenced him to 15 years in prison for the first charge and three years for the second to run consecutively.

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