10 MONTHS FOR MAN WHO BEAT NEPHEW

The Denver Post - - NEWS -

COUNTY» A 60JEFFERSON year­old man was sen­tenced Thurs­day to 10 months in jail and four years of pro­ba­tion for beat­ing his 21­year­old nephew and lock­ing him in­side a large metal stor­age con­tainer.

Wynn Ray Sicht­ing was sen­tenced in district court af­ter plead­ing guilty Aug. 31 to felony as­sault and kid­nap­ping, ac­cord­ing to the district at­tor­ney’s of­fice.

On Sept. 11, 2017, deputies went to 37484 Par­sons Road in re­sponse to a 911 call. The vic­tim had gone to Sicht­ing’s house to col­lect per­sonal items, af­ter mov­ing out of the res­i­dence Sept. 5, a news re­lease said. The vic­tim was in the metal stor­age con­tainer when Sicht­ing be­gan yelling at him and at­tacked him. Beaten and shoved into the back of the con­tainer, the vic­tim was locked in. Over a pe­riod of hours, Sicht­ing would open the door, as­sault the vic­tim, and lock the door again.

Man pleads guilty to hit­ting Lake­wood po­lice of­fi­cer with car.

A 24­year­old man has pleaded guilty to first­de­gree as­sault and leav­ing the scene of an in­jury ac­ci­dent for run­ning over a Lake­wood Po­lice Depart­ment ca­nine of­fi­cer and speed­ing away.

En­rique Arel­lano also pleaded guilty last week to a third charge of com­mit­ting a crime of vi­o­lence for hit­ting a po­lice agent as he at­tempted to elude law en­force­ment in a stolen car, ac­cord­ing to a news re­lease from Pam Rus­sell, spokes­woman for Jef­fer­son County District At­tor­ney Pete Weir.

In May, Lake­wood po­lice spot­ted a stolen Subaru in the park­ing lot of Cross­land Econ­omy Suites, at 715 Ki­pling St. Po­lice then saw Arel­lano and his code­fen­dant, Ar­lita Flores, walk­ing to­ward the stolen car, the news re­lease said.

Po­lice or­dered Arel­lano to get out of the car. In­stead, he backed up and sped from po­lice.

An un­named of­fi­cer was putting a leash on his po­lice dog when Arel­lano ran into him, throw­ing the of­fi­cer over the hood of the car and caus­ing a sig­nif­i­cant head in­jury.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.