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Salisbury Man Goes to Prison for Rape

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SALISBURY, Md.- A Salisbury man convicted of raping a juvenile over a four-year period was sentenced to more than two dozen years behind bars on Friday.

Montire Brown, 35, appeared in Wicomico County Circuit Court where a judge sentenced him to 25 years for first-degree rape. Because he was also found guilty of two counts of sex abuse of a minor, for which he received a sentence of 25 years each, to run concurrent with the 25 he will be serving in connection with the top count. 

Brown was also sentenced to an additional 20 years for second-degree rape, also to run concurrent with the top count.

According to the Wicomico County State's Attorney's Office, which prosecuted this case, the crimes occurred between 2007 through 2011 in Salisbury. Brown had been previously convicted of the aforementioned charges by a Wicomico County jury in March of this year. 

 

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