Sep 22, 2017

Former youth basketball coach sentenced in Duluth court for second child sexual abuse case | Duluth News Tribune

A former Salvation Army youth basketball coach will now serve more than 25 years in prison after being sentenced in a second child sexual abuse case Monday. Wendell Anthony Greene, 38, of Duluth already was serving an 18-year sentence after a jury found him guilty last year of sexually assaulting two...

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