A Siouxland man convicted of injuring a state trooper, will find out his fate this morning.
Aaron White of Brunswick, Nebraska, will find out today how much prison time he'll receive for injuring a Nebraska State Patrolman, in December of 2012.
White entered a plea of no contest in Antelope County District Court back in October, to the charges of assaulting a peace officer and criminal mischief, both felonies. White's charges stemmed from a series of incidents that occurred north of Brunswick.
He had been operating a tractor, which State Patrol officials say he used to ram into a patrol car, injuring the trooper behind the wheel.
White also caused damage to two neighboring farms.
White faces at least one year and up to 55- years in prison when he's sentenced in Neligh this morning.
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