Man Who Fled the County Gets Jail Time

A Kenosha man who fled the country for six months after being found guilty of child enticement will spend a year in jail. Naser Yusuf was sentenced Tuesday on both his original child enticement conviction and for his guilty plea for felony bail jumping; that charge for his flight from the country. He was sentenced to a serve one year at the Kenosha County Detention Center, with work release allowed for the final seven months of that time. He was also given three years of concurrent probation for the child enticement conviction and the felony bail jumping charge.



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