Man found guilty in brutal rape of Greenwood woman

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The man accused in the brutal rape of a young Greenwood mother was found guilty of the charges against him.

Shawn Corbally was found guilty on eight counts, stemming from the July 2012 rape of a woman, who was at her apartment with her young children nearby.

He was found guilty on charges that included burglary, intimidation, criminal deviate sexual conduct, rape, criminal confinement, attempt residential entry and failure to register as a sex offender.

Investigators said Corbally and his family members lied about the convicted rapist’s sex offender status and that’s why he was free to attack again.

He committed the crime shortly after being released from the Marion County Jail last summer. His release caused public outrage, prompting officials to make changes to how sex offenders are monitored following their release.

Corbally was also previously sentenced to 25 years in prison for raping and beating another woman in 2000.

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