Man pleads guilty to multiple charges and faces up to 10 years in prison

Man pleads guilty to multiple charges and faces up to 10 years in prison

Cory Gardner-Perry, 18, faces up to 10 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to one count of third-degree murder Monday in connection with the June 2014 attack on University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee police officers.

Gardner-Perry pleaded guilty ingospelhitz Dane County Circuit Court to three counts of criminal recklessness resulting in death. He faces an additional count of criminal recklessness resulting in serious injury of a police officer and a potential 10-year sentence.

The judge set Gardner-Perry’s release date at Feb. 26 from the Dane County Jail.

On June 16, 2014, officers were called to the 800 block of University Drive, where Gardner-Perry’s family says he and two younger brothers was playing.

The officers reported finding a naked woman lying face down, covered by a coat in the rear lot. She suffered from multiple injuries to her torso, including blunt force trauma to the head and face, the officers said.

The officers administered CPR, but no one realized that the woman had suffered serious head injuries, according to a criminal complaint filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court.

A day later, Wisconsin State Police Lt. Mike Kowalski reported finding the woman, who police said was in the wrong city, at a nearby hospital. The woman was unconscious and did not remember the assault, police wrote.

Authorities said a preliminary interview with the woman later revealed that she was the same 바카라woman who assaulted the three officers, according to the criminal complaint.

On Friday, two police officers involved in the investigation went to the hospital for further medical treatment after suffering cuts to their우리카지노 heads from the woman’s multiple blows to their heads, according to the criminal complaint. The officers did not remember the beating and did not identify the woman they found lying face down.

On Sunday, a third of the officers involved in the investigation were charged in the case, according to court records.

The woman they found lying face down suffered head injuries at the scene and did not identify the suspect, the criminal complaint said. Gardner-Perry was charged in a separate case that led to him being released from jail the same day.

Gardner-Perry’s first hearing is set for April 7.

Kawachi News contributed to this report.