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New Sentence For Accomplice In The Murder Of Savanna Greywind

A Fargo man whose life sentence was overturned in the death of Savanna Greywind, whose baby was cut from her womb was re-sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison. William Hoehn was sentenced a year ago to life with the possibility of parole for his role in the 2017 attack on Greywind, whose baby survived. The North Dakota Supreme Court ruled in August that Judge Tom Olson had mistakenly labeled Hoehn as a dangerous special offender based on previous crimes and said Olson shouldn’t have strayed from maximum allowable sentence of 21 years. Before the sentence was pronounced, Hoehn apologized to the Greywind family.

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