Felonious assault defendant out of jail

Altercation took place at a party in Wakeman.
Cary Ashby
Mar 14, 2013

 

A Collins man accused of assaulting someone at a party is out of jail.

Lawrence W. Jackson, 42, of 2383 E. U.S. 20, is charged with felonious assault in connection with an incident Sunday at a rural Wakeman residence. If convicted, he faces two to eight years in prison.

"It looks like there was a party at that Wakeman address. The victim alleges he was jumped by two males," Norwalk Assistant Law Director Scott Christophel said.

The 25-year-old male reported being hit multiple times in the head.

"The assault resulted in serious physical harm to that male," Christophel said.

The victim was treated at Fisher-Titus Medical Center.

Jackson posted a $10,000 bond Monday at the Huron County Jail and was released from custody.

Comments

Scranton Tibbs

Should probably be home with your 4 kids and wife rather than at some biker party Lawrence. May be time for you to grow up.

Yall Make Me Sick

You'd think after people have kids they would go up. What a joke.

God Of Thunder

I'm assuming it was an early St Patty's Day party.. At least I'm hoping, or they need to budget for better lighting in the mugshot room at the jail.

BaileyOriginally

Really Larry? Once a child, always a child. Time to grow up, son.