A Bellevue teen, who last week pleaded guilty to attempted murder and was placed on house arrest, was back in custody Monday.
Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard said late Monday that Tyler Smith, 19, who pleaded guilty Thursday to the April 19 crowbar attack on a Dayton resident that left him clinging for his life, was arrested for an unspecified violation of his house arrest.
Smith had been placed on electronic ankle and GPS monitoring by Judge James Conway to await his Nov. 13 sentencing.
Howard said Smith violated those conditions over the weekend and he sent Sgt. Tod Wagner to arrest Smith Monday, which took place without incident.
Attempted murder, a first-degree felony, is punishable by three to 11 years in prison.
Smith was ordered to remain at his parents house until sentencing, with two exceptions made for court appearances or a pre-sentence investigation interview which the judge ordered.
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