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Jury Finds Woman Guilty of Rape

(MSC News)--A Leavenworth woman has been convicted of the rape of 16-month-old child.

The Leavenworth Times reports a Leavenworth County jury returned the verdict Thursday afternoon in the trial of 41-year-old Mahogany Payne. The trial began Monday.

Payne was convicted of raping a child she was babysitting in her home in January 2016, causing multiple injuries.

Jurors acquitted Payne on a second count of rape stemming from an alleged incident in April 2015 involving another child.

A hearing for post-trial motions is scheduled for October 27th


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