Huron bar owner sentenced 100 years for raping teen girls
The Huron man accused of raping teenage girls in the bar he owned has been sentenced to 100 years in prison.
In August Werner Fajardo was convicted on six counts of rape, another charge of sexual contact with a minor, and one alcohol charge. The judge dismissed a charge of sexual exploitation of a minor, saying there wasn't enough evidence.
Here is a list of the counts Fajardo was convicted of and the time he will serve for those crimes:
COUNT 1 - 75 YEARS
COUNT 2 – 25 YEARS
COUNT 3 – 25 YEARS
COUNT 4 – 25 YEARS
COUNT 5 – 15 YEARS
COUNT 6 – 15 YEARS
COUNT 10 – 10 YEARS
COUNT 15 – 345 DAYS
Counts 1 and 2 are to be served consecutively. The other sentences will be served concurrently, which means at the same time.
Fajardo has already served more than 340 days in jail but none of that time will count toward his sentence. Fajardo must also pay fines.