Court Report: Indiana man sentenced to 199 days in jail for sexual battery
The following cases were heard Monday, July 8, in 3rd District Court at the Summit County Justice Center, according to the Summit County Attorney’s Office:
Damien Rueda, 25, pleaded guilty to assault by prisoner, a third-degree felony. The court imposed a prison sentence of zero to five years running concurrently with other sentences the defendant is serving, and recommended crediting 14 days served.
Fabian Danilo Fierro, 44, of West Lafayette, Indiana, was sentenced to jail for three counts of sexual battery, each class A misdemeanors. The defendant was ordered to serve a 364-day jail sentence for each count, with the sentences running concurrently and two of the sentences suspended. The court suspended 165 days of the third sentence and placed the defendant on probation for 24 months and ordered him to complete other standard terms and conditions.
Luke Dennis Menders, 31, of Park City, was sentenced for third-degree felony attempted burglary and class B misdemeanor interference with arresting officer. The court imposed a prison sentence of zero to five years for attempted burglary and 180 days in jail with credit for 180 days served for interference with arresting officer.
Daniel Octavio Suarez, 57, of Salt Lake City, was sentenced for third-degree felony attempted burglary and class A misdemeanor sexual battery. The court sentenced the defendant to 364 days in jail with 274 days suspended, and credit for 26 days served. He was also sentenced to a suspended prison term of zero to five years, running concurrently with the jail time, placed on supervised probation for 36 months and ordered to complete other standard terms and conditions.
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