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Braceville teen sentenced for violent crime

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WARREN, Ohio - A 19-year-old Braceville Township woman is going to prison for her part in a violent robbery that targeted one of her neighbors.

A judge in Trumbull County Common Pleas court sentenced Gina Little to three years in prison on Tuesday.

Little pleaded guilty earlier to charges of robbery and burglary.

Little and 36-year-old Todd Smith were arrested after two masked invaders forced their way into a mobile home on March 14 demanding drugs.

During the struggle, 31-year-old Timothy Wagner was stabbed 11 times.

One of the intruders was unmasked during the crime, allegedly revealing Smith, who was one of Wagner's neighbors.

Smith is awaiting trial on five charges including felonious assault, robbery and  burglary.

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