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A Brunswick, Neb. man convicted of injuring a State Trooper with his tractor is sentenced

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NELIGH, Neb. (KTIV/US92) - A Brunswick, Nebraska man convicted of injuring a State Trooper with his tractor will spend at least a decade in prison.

Aaron White was sentenced to 25-to-30 years in prison in Antelope County District Court Wednesday morning.

In October, he pleaded no contest to felony assault and criminal mischief charges.

White was arrested in December of 2012, after damaging outbuildings with his tractor and ramming a State Patrol car before being shot by law enforcement and taken into custody.

White said in court that he was distraught over a protection order filed against him that prevented him from having lunch with his daughters at their school in Plainview.

White will be eligible for parole in about 10 years, with a mandatory release due to Nebraska's good time law in 15 years.

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