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Former Indiana University Student Charged in 2 Rape Cases Gets No Prison Time

HeadlineJun 28, 2016

A former Indiana University student charged with rape in two separate cases has taken a plea deal and will avoid any prison time. John Enochs was accused in one case of holding a woman down at his fraternity house and raping her as she repeatedly told him to stop. In a second case, he was accused of raping a woman while she was blacked out. Enochs spent a day in jail last fall before posting bail. Under the plea deal, the rape charges will be dismissed, and he will be sentenced to one year of probation for battery.

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