A Boise man was sentenced Tuesday to five to 15 years in prison for sexually abusing one girl and injuring another.
William Everett Malone, 47, pleaded guilty in February to sexual abuse of a minor under 16 and to injury to a child, both felonies.
Canyon County District Judge Davis VanderVelde retained jurisdiction for a year, meaning Malone could be released after that if he successfully completes a prison education program, known as a rider.
Malone was given credit for 172 days he spent in jail before posting bail.
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The story below was published Dec. 9, 2016, with the headline, "Boise man charged with sex crimes against teen girl."
A Boise man was arrested last week on a Canyon County warrant accusing him of sexually abusing a teenage girl.
A 13-year-old girl told her mother toward the end of the school year last spring that she had been abused by William Everett Malone, 45. The mother then contacted Caldwell police, Sgt. Damon Rice said. A second victim was also identified.
A warrant for Malone’s arrest was issued Nov. 30 and he was taken into custody on Dec. 2 by Boise police.
Malone, 45, was arraigned in Ada County Magistrate Court on Monday and was later transferred to the Canyon County Jail in Caldwell.
He is charged with two counts of felony lewd conduct with a child under 16.
Malone is scheduled for a preliminary hearing Thursday before Canyon County Judge Davis VanderVelde.