SOUTH BEND – The last of six Mishawaka High School wrestlers accused of sexually assaulting a teammate learns his punishment today.
He was found guilty of attempted criminal deviate conduct in the 2010 attack.
Meanwhile, the court has decided not to release the punishment of another wrestler in the case, who was sentenced Tuesday for battery.
The St. Joseph County Probate Court says Tuesday's "dispositional order cannot be released because he was only convicted on a misdemeanor charge. If it is a felony, it can be released; if it's a misdemeanor it can't.
A third teenager was sentenced Tuesday for attempted criminal deviate conduct. He's been ordered to serve indefinite probation and 120 days in the Juvenile Justice Center.
He will not have to serve that time if he does everything laid out in his probation.
The six wrestlers accused were all found guilty or pleaded guilty.
Because the attack happened two years ago when they were all minors, we are not naming them.