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Domenique Wilson, 25, was sentenced Thursday to 84-to-230 years in state prison for multiple home invasions and rapes, including that of a Penn student in 2008.

On Dec. 19, 2008, Wilson — armed with a gun and knife — forced himself into an apartment belonging to two female Penn students on 44th and Spruce streets. Once inside, he held them against their will and raped one of them. The students were ages 22 and 24 at the time.

Wilson was convicted on Nov. 25, 2010, of 14 charges related to the incident at Penn and to another home invasion and rape in Center City, in which he held a woman and her boyfriend at knifepoint, robbed them and repeatedly raped the woman. DNA evidence at both sites linked the crimes to Wilson.

He was previously sentenced on June 7 by a Clinton County judge to 70-to-196 years in prison for another incident in February 2009, in which he attacked three Lock Haven University students and sexually assaulted two of them.

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