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Likins Convicted and Sentenced For Aggravated Assault Against his Mother
By Karl Wehmhoener | firstname.lastname@example.org
Panhandle -– Glenn Arthur Likins was convicted and sentenced to 15 years for two counts of the second degree felony offense of aggravated assault this past Tuesday.
Likins, 44-year-old resident of Groom, was arrested in Carson County for the aggravated assault offense that took place October of last year.
“This was a gruesome assault that led the victim requiring reconstructive surgery on the right side of her face,” said District Attorney Luke Inman. “The fact that the victim was the Defendant’s mother and he thought he killed her and left her for dead made this one of our most heinous cases in our six years to handle.”
Pursuant to the plea agreement, the State dropped one second degree count and one third degree count. Likins is required to pay $541 in court costs and $3,429.42 restitution.
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