Northern Nevada genealogical member gets 9 years for flare conflict – Las Vegas Review
July 29, 2018 - table lamp
RENO — A northern Nevada genealogical member who certified assaulting a male with a damaged potion flare in Lovelock on New Year’s Day 2016 has been condemned to 9 years in sovereign prison.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office says 29-year-old Rafael Medina Jr. was condemned in Reno Tuesday after pleading guilty progressing to attack ensuing in critical corporeal injury.
Prosecutors contend Medina regularly assaulted a male on his head, arms and physique with a damaged potion list flare while within a range of a Lovelock Paiute Tribe Indian Reservation.
The victim’s injuries were so serious he had to be airlifted to Reno for treatment. He survived though suffered serious blood loss, a contingent amputation of a finger and staples and sutures for his injuries.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Sue Fahami prosecuted a box investigated by a U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.