Jail time for Titusville man who beat pal with baseball bat | Native Information



A Titusville man goes to jail for utilizing a baseball bat to beat his pal within the head a number of instances.

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“We had been each extraordinarily intoxicated,” Casey J. Nadolny mentioned in apologizing in Crawford County Courtroom of Widespread Pleas on Friday. “(There are) issues that occurred that should not have.”

Nadolny, 23, of 115 E. Oak St. was sentenced by Decide Mark Stevens to a complete of 11 half of months to 24 months much less someday in jail adopted by 12 months probation with 191 days of pre-sentence jail credit score.

Nadolny pleaded responsible in county courtroom in August to easy assault and resisting arrest for assaulting a 19-year-old Titusville man quite a few instances within the head with a wood baseball bat. Titusville Police Division mentioned the assault befell round 7:30 p.m. April eight on the porch of Nadolny’s residence. The sufferer didn’t reside on the dwelling however was visiting, in line with police.

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The sufferer was discovered by police on the porch of the house, bleeding from his head.

Nadolny informed police masked males ran onto the porch, struck the person within the head with a baseball bat after which ran away.

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The story turned out to be false after police had been capable of communicate with the sufferer on April 10, and Nadolny was arrested that very same evening. The sufferer was hospitalized at UPMC Hamot in Erie for remedy however later was launched.

When police tried to handcuff Nadolny on April 10, Nadolny pulled away after which reached into his waistband, inflicting police to take Nadolny to the bottom.

Nadolny admitted to Stevens that abusing Xanax, a prescription anxiousness medicine, is what led to the assault on his pal.

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“That is past silly,” Stevens informed Nadolny previous to announcing sentence. “That is severe.”

Along with the jail time and probation, Nadolny was ordered to pay courtroom prices and $200 in fines. 

Keith Gushard will be reached at 724-6370 or by e-mail at kgushard@meadvilletribune.com.

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