Winnebago, NE man gets 41-months for assault, violating release - KTIV News 4 Sioux City IA: News, Weather and Sports

Winnebago, NE man gets 41-months for assault, violating release

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A Nebraska man will serve nearly four-years in federal prison for violating his supervised release, and getting in a fight while out of prison. 

Back in 2011, a judge convicted 20-year-old Anthony Whitewater of assault.

After a year in prison, Whitewater was put on supervised release. Three days after he got out, investigators say Whitewater got into a fight at a home on the Winnebago Indian Reservation. And, as Whitewater ran from the scene, prosecutors say he ran into a neighbor. Whitewater hit the neighbor in the eye with a broom handle breaking his eye socket.

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