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November 27, 2012 at 4:10 PM

Former UW star Doug Wrenn convicted of cyberstalking

Former Washington basketball player Doug Wrenn was convicted this afternoon of harassing an ex-girlfriend.

Times reporter Jennifer Sullivan filed the story on Wrenn who was found guilty of four counts of cyberstalking and four counts of telephone harassment during a stipulated bench trial.

Wrenn, who has been in jail since his April 16 arrest, was sentenced to the time he has already served. He’s expected to be released shortly.

At his trial today, Wrenn said: “Your honor, it’s hard for me to articulate how I feel to you. We should move on with our lives, it’s for the best.”

Assistant City Attorney Lorna Staten Sylvester said: “It’s clear he is a complete narcissist. We hope his time in jail has made him realize he can’t treat people that way.”

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