Namer's probation revoked

CLINTON — A Clinton man who violated the terms of probation for the third time had his probation revoked and was ordered to serve a sentence of incarceration not to exceed five years.

Teighlor J. Namer, 20, 2000 Garfield St., appeared Thursday in Clinton County District Court for a probation revocation hearing. The court found there was a violation of Namer's probation and his probation should be revoked. District Court Judge Patrick McElyea ordered Namer to serve a sentence originally imposed April 20, 2017. The sentences were ordered to be served concurrently.

District Court Judge Mark Cleve on April 20, 2017, revoked Namer's deferred judgement and suspended a sentence not to exceed five years for willful injury causing bodily injury. Namer was ordered to serve 30 days in the Clinton County Jail, with credit for time served, for interference with official acts. Namer was placed on probation for two years unless sooner released. Cleve ordered Namer to attend and successfully complete inpatient substance abuse treatment.

Namer was granted a deferred judgement on June 30, 2016, for willful injury causing bodily injury and interference with official acts. Namer on Feb. 23, 2017, stipulated to violating the terms of probation and was ordered to enter and successfully complete the Residential Corrections Facility program.

According to the affidavit from the original offense, on March 31, 2016, police were called in reference to subjects fighting. Namer attacked an individual while wearing brass knuckles and punched the man repeatedly in the head and face, causing injuries. He was also accused of resisting arrest, causing an officer to suffer lacerations to his right hand and abrasions to his left knee during the struggle. An officer used a Taser on Namer during the altercation.