A Manhattan man convicted of attempted rape and other crimes was sentenced this week in Riley County.
The Manhattan Mercury reports 19-year-old Tommie Baggett was sentenced Monday by Riley County Judge Meryl Wilson to nearly 25 years in prison, including 77 months for the first count of attempted rape, 190 months total for two other counts of attempted rape and two counts of burglary. Baggett also received 13 months each for three counts of attempted battery.
Baggett was convicted for the 2017 attacks on three women who were sexually assaulted at their homes. In June, Baggett was acquitted of four other sexual assault related crimes with a fourth victim who had alleged Baggett raped her.
In addition, Judge Wilson ordered Baggett to register as a sexual offender and pay nearly $13,000 in restitution.
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