Former Air Force sergeant sentenced in sexual assault case

LAS VEGAS -- Robert Stone, a former master sergeant in the Air Force Reserve, was sentenced to jail in a sexual assault case involving a teen girl.

Stone, who had served in Iraq, pleaded guilty in March to child neglect or endangerment with substantial mental harm.

Stone appeared in Clark County District Court Thursday morning for his sentencing. Judge Abbi Silver gave him a suspended sentence of 24 to 96 months, but is requiring him to serve at least six months in the Clark County Detention Center.

The victim had told a school counselor that Stone gave her drugs and then engaged in various sex acts with her.

 


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