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Five years in prison for malicious wounding

HANOVER, VA (WWBT) - A judge has sentenced a high school student for attacking a school resource officer.

William Lewis, 17, will serve five years in prison for aggravated malicious wounding and disorderly conduct.

It all stems from an incident back in September at Hanover High School.

According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the school rescource officer received several cuts as he tried to control the disorderly student.

Lewis was eventually taken into custody. He is currently behind bars at the Rappahannock Regional Jail.

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