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Wahpeton man accused of having sex with sleeping, intoxicated woman in northwest Minnesota

WARREN, Minn.--A Wahpeton, N.D., man has been accused of having sex with a sleeping, intoxicated woman in northwest Minnesota. Christopher James Kucera, 22, appeared Tuesday in Marshall County District Court on a fifth-degree gross misdemeanor ch...

WARREN, Minn.-A Wahpeton, N.D., man has been accused of having sex with a sleeping, intoxicated woman in northwest Minnesota.

Christopher James Kucera, 22, appeared Tuesday in Marshall County District Court on a fifth-degree gross misdemeanor charge of criminal sexual conduct. The charge carries a maximum sentence of a year in jail and a $3,000 fine.

Court documents say Kucera "had sexual contact" on Nov. 27, 2016, in Grygla, Minn., with a woman who was intoxicated and sleeping.

Grygla is a Marshall County town about 40 miles northeast of Thief River Falls.

Court documents indicate Kucera's address near Wahpeton.

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