Wyoming Judge Sends Dad to Jail for Attack on Teen
GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming judge has imposed a one-year jail sentence on a 39-year-old man for punching and using a gun to threaten a 16-year-old boy the man found in a bedroom with his daughter.
The Gillette News Record reports District Judge John R. Perry on Wednesday gave Adam Keuck a suspended six- to 10-year sentence for aggravated assault and jail for reckless endangerment. He also fined him $10,750 and ordered eight years of intensive supervised probation.
Perry noted that three months before the April 2018 incident he had restored Keuck's rights to have a gun in expunging a prior conviction.
In the incident, police say the girl's mother, Sara Cage, also beat the same boy.
Cage was convicted last month of battery and another charge. She has yet to be sentenced.