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Man who viciously beat truck driver sentenced to federal prison

Stormy Ray Adakai, 24, of Fort Hall, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 57 months in federal prison for assault resulting in serious bodily injury, U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced Thursday.

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1/24/2020

article Man who beat sleeping trucker with rocks gets short sentence
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1/23/2020

article Man who viciously beat truck driver sentenced to federal prison
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12/22/2019

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10/25/2019

article Man pleads guilty after beating a trucker so brutally he may never drive again
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10/24/2019

article Fort Hall man who allegedly attacked out-of-state trucker pleads guilty to federal assault charge
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9/11/2019

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8/24/2019

article Library program to focus on Fort Hall Indian Reservation
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8/19/2019

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