Eugene Ogden, 55, will spend 30 months in custody and three years on probation for posting the ad eight times on the Craigslist personal section with the victim's address and photo and inviting men over for sex. Last July, the victim contacted the Sioux Falls Police Department reporting that strange men were coming to her home, indicating they were responding to the ad for sex.
Attorney for South Dakota Randy Seiler. The sentence handed down serves as a reminder that these cases will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Ogden was sentenced Wednesday by federal judge Karen Schreier after being indicted last August and pleading guilty in November. WDAY Live. Holiday weather.
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