January 29, 2013

Henderson Man Gets 10 Years for Bat Assault

Pleading guilty to a charge of second-degree assault, Michael A. Parm, a resident of Henderson, Ky, was sentenced to 10 years by Henderson Circuit Court.

The charges came from Parm being accused of using an aluminum bat to hit a person during an altercation at Lawndale Apartments, where he lived.

According to Henderson Judicial Center records, the victim of the assault had a number of injuries, including bleeding on the brain during the fight in May, 2012.

Parm was originally charged with first-degree assault before pleading to the second-degree charge.

I wonder if anyone is going to call for an aluminum bat ban? Maybe Democrat John Yarmouth, who has joined Obama in fighting against Kentucky values.

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