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'Monster' likely to spend rest of life in prison

 

November 5, 2020

Sandy Schroth

Sentenced • An Antelope County Sheriff's officer escorts Roger Stuckwisch, of Tilden, to a county police cruise, in August, following a convicton on six counts of sexual assault of a child and child abuse. On Oct. 27, Stuckwisch was sentenced, by Judge Mark Johnson, in Antelope County District Court.

"You say you are not a monster. You are wrong. You are."

Those were words the Honorable Mark Johnson had for Roger D. Stuckwisch in the Antelope County district courtroom last Wednesday morning, before he passed sentence on the former Tilden resident who was convicted of six crimes in a sexual assault case with victims as young as four years of age.

Stuckwisch was sentenced to the Nebraska Department of Corrections for not less than 30 years, nor more than 40 years on his conviction of first-degree sexual assault of a child, a Class 1B felony; not less than 15, nor more than 20 years for at...



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