“It took tremendous courage for this young woman to come forward and face her abuser,” said States Attorney Anne Colt Leitess according to WBAL-TV. “At trial, the state asked the jurors to end her nightmare. We are happy with this verdict and hope it will do just that. … This verdict takes a dangerous predator off our county’s streets for hopefully the rest of his life.”
Winner’s conviction carries a maximum penalty of 106 years in prison; he will be sentenced on July 30.