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Detroit — Two men linked to a sexual assault that preceded a fire that destroyed an apartment building earlier this year are learning their sentences.

According to the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, Carlos Love was sentenced to 14 to 30 years on three first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges and five to 10 years on four assault with intent to penetrate charges.

Dantraz Oliver-McClung, also convicted of first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges, is scheduled to appear Thursday afternoon in circuit court.

A woman reported to police that she was raped March 5 at the Jason Manor Apartments. A fire was started at the west side building a few hours later, forcing some adults and children to leap from second- and third-floor windows. At least four people were hospitalized.

Authorities say the fire was intentionally set.

The Associated Press contributed.

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