MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Jurors reached a verdict in the trial of a northern Minnesota prosecutor accused of sexual misconduct with a teenage girl.

Tim Scannell was found guilty. He had been charged with two felonies for his relationship with a teen that was 17-years-old at the time.

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The jury went home without a verdict after deliberating for three hours Thursday night, but on Friday a verdict was reached just before 2:30 p.m.

Scannell admitted on the stand this week that he loved the girl, but he says nothing sexual happened. The girl’s family sought a restraining order against Scannell in 2012.

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He blames the relationship on mental trauma after being shot on the job.

Scannell could be sent to prison for several years, according to sentencing guidelines.

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Sentencing has been set for Sept. 26.