Judge Robert G. Main sentenced Harold McCloud III to 18 years in state prison Monday for first-degree rape and a number of other charges.
He was sentenced to:
One to three years in state prison for fourth-degree grand larceny for stealing the victim's debit card and was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine, a $250 surcharge, a $20 crime-victim fee and to provide a DNA sample and pay the $50 registry fee.
One to three years in state prison for second-degree identity theft for using her debit-card code and was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.
One year in County Jail for unlawful possession of personal-identification information for having her debit card and code.
One year in County Jail for petit larceny for stealing $520 from the woman's bank account with an order to pay her the $520 in restitution.
These four counts are to be served concurrently.
Two one-year terms in County Jail for third-degree assault for throwing a coffee table at her and throwing a paint sample at her. He was fined a total of $400.
Three one-year terms in County Jail for unlawful imprisonment, fourth-degree criminal mischief and second-degree menacing for holding a broken glass to her wrist. He was also fined a total of $600.
These five counts are to be served concurrent to each other but consecutive to the four previous charges.
Fifteen years in state prison for first-degree rape plus 20 years of post-release supervision, a $5,000 fine, a $1,000 sex-offender fee and a $50 sex-offender registry fee.
1-1/3 to four years in state prison for second-degree attempted assault for the attempted strangulation of the victim with a fine of $1,000.
Two one-year terms in County Jail for third-degree assault for smacking her in the forehead with the heel of his hand and repeatedly punching her in the face. He was fined a total of $400.
One year in County Jail for second-degree unlawful imprisonment with a $200 fine.
These five counts are to be served concurrent to each other but consecutive to all of the previous charges.
One year in the County Jail for third-degree assault for burning the victim with a butane lighter and a $200 fine and a term to be served consecutively to all the above counts.
One year in County Jail for petit larceny for stealing her digital camera and a $200 fine and a term to be served consecutive to all the above charges.
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