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Former IU student has rape charges dismissed

John Enochs, former IU student, accepted a plea deal and was sentenced June 23 for battery with moderate bodily injury.

Enochs was charged with two counts of rape in September 2015 that were both dismissed, according to court records.

He will serve one year of probation for the battery with moderate bodily injury and has been assessed a $183 court fee. Enochs has served one day in jail, according to court records.

One of the alleged rapes occurred in the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house, of which Enochs was a member, according to court records.

IU Police Department officer Rebecca Schmuhl reviewed a security video that depicts Enochs leading the victim down a hallway in the first floor of the fraternity house. Enochs led the victim to a room in the hall, which the victim left alone 24 minutes later.

Suzanne Grossman

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