Hardin guilty on two counts of sexual assault

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A jury on Monday found a former Marshall University student guilty on some charges related to alleged acts of sexual assault against two women in 2018.

Chase Hardin, 23, faced four counts of second-degree sexual assault for incidents involving two women. The jury found Hardin guilty of two counts after six hours of deliberation.

The acts happened while Hardin was serving probation for another case of sexual misconduct.

Hardin faces between 10 and 25 years in prison for each count.





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