Winston-Salem man sentenced to 114 years in prison on child sex-abuse charges

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Posted: Monday, February 11, 2013 6:41 pm

A Winston-Salem man was sentenced to at least 114 years in prison after a Forsyth County jury convicted him of 11 counts of raping and sexually abusing a young girl.

Corey Lamont McClamb, 42, was convicted on two counts of statutory rape, three counts of felony child abuse by a sexual act, three counts of taking indecent liberties with a minor and three counts of statutory sex offense. The jury was deadlocked on a third count of statutory rape, and Judge Christophe Bragg of Forsyth Superior Court declared a mistrial on that charge.

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