PORTLAND A man convicted of attacking a teenage boy near a Northeast Portland MAX platform has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.

Quincy Wynn, 26, was sentenced to 40 months in prison for the January 11 attack that the victim's parents said has left him with debilitating headaches.

Wynn yelled at the victim from his car as the boy walked across N Interstate Avenue, police said. He then got out of the car and punched the boy in the head. After the victim stumbled and fell onto the MAX tracks, Wynn kicked him in the head and drove away, investigators said.

Witness accounts helped lead to Wynn's arrest.

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In court Monday the victim s mom, Shannon Kuehl, said her son has been experiencing such severe headaches since the assault that he spends much of his time in the dark.

Wynn made a short statement after hearing the victim's parents speak.

I didn t know he was 15, he said. I m sorry.

Judge Richard Baldwin also sentenced Wynn to two years of post-prison supervision.

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