Boise convicted of rape

Published 11:56 am Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Brian Devon Boise

A Charlotte Court House man was convicted Oct. 31 by Lunenburg County Circuit Court of one charge of the rape of a victim 13 years or younger.

Previously, Brian Devon Boise was indicted June 5 on 31 counts of rape and carnal knowledge by a grand jury in Lunenburg County Circuit Court.

According to court records, Boise will receive a pre-sentence report Jan. 9 for the charge he was convicted of and will stand trial for his remaining charges.

Boise was indicted on 18 counts of rape of a victim under the age of 13 and 13 counts of carnal knowledge of a victim between the ages of 13-14.

The incidents the charges stem

from allegedly occurred place between February 2012 and August 2014, Clement said.

The rape charges carry a potential sentence of life in prison and the carnal knowledge charges carry a potential sentence of up to 10 years each, Clement said.

According to the Lunenburg County Sheriff’s Office and Clement, Boise was arrested June 3 on a warrant of rape following an investigation between the sheriff’s office and the Lunenburg County Department of Social Services.

The investigation began after an alleged rape of a minor under 13 years of age in Aug. 2014, police say.

Clement said Boise lived in Lunenburg at the time of the 2012-14 incidents and in Charlotte Court House at the time of the arrest.