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Man reaches plea bargain in assault case

February 13, 2013

ESCANABA — After testifying against a co-defendant in district court Tuesday, an Escanaba man reached a plea bargain in circuit court — pleading guilty to two felonies related to an assault last year....

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5Angels

Feb-22-13 10:51 AM

I really hope they lock Dickerson up for a long time. The community is sick of this menace. He hurts everyone he comes in contact with. When is it going to be enough for him to serve jail time? The courts keep letting him walk & its disgusting! Please take this piece of garbage off the streets already!!

FLORENCE, Wis. - An Escanaba man was sentenced to three months in the Dickinson County Jail on charges related to him fleeing the scene of a personal injury accident in Wisconsin two months ago. Jeffery Dickerson, 29, of Escanaba, was driving west on U.S. 2 at a high rate of speed when the vehicle spun out of control on a curve and rolled over into the ditch at 9:15 p.m. April 5, according to a deputy who witnessed the accident. When the patrol car approached the scene with its red lights activated, Dickerson fled on foot. The front seat passenger in the vehicle, Robert Hanley, 41, of Escanaba, attempted to flee the scene but was stopped by deputies. Hanley and another passen

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