KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) - A 17-year-old boy charged in an attempted suicide pact with a friend has avoided prison time in Kenosha County.
Luke Adcock of Salem was sentenced to two years of probation in an agreement with prosecutors. Adcock was accused of helping a teenage girl try to commit suicide with a knife before attempting to take his own life in December 2011. Both teens are OK.
Adcock was initially charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide. He pleaded guilty to attempted assisted suicide and aggravated battery.
The Kenosha News says attorneys agreed to probation for Adcock because he was otherwise a "typical teenager," with near-perfect school attendance and an otherwise spotless record. Judge Mary Wagner agreed.
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