(FOX40.COM) — Yuba County Choose Julia Scrogin sentenced a New York man to serve 4 years in jail for beating and injuring his spouse.

The Yuba County Sheriff’s Office stated it acquired a 911 name from the one of many man’s minor youngsters round 2 a.m. on Oct. 9. Deputies say they arrived six minutes later and positioned the person’s spouse mendacity face-down on the ground surrounded by bloody napkins.

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The person, who was recognized by regulation enforcement as Miguel Lazaro-Castillo, was sitting on prime of her. Their three minor youngsters, ages 15, 14, and 9, have been additionally current, in line with the Yuba County Sheriff’s Workplace.

In courtroom, Lazaro-Castillo, 38, pled no contest to felony home violence, false imprisonment, and misdemeanor baby abuse. He denied putting his spouse and claimed “he had no thought the place all of the blood had come from.”

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Deputies say they found that two of the youngsters had videotaped the beating. The video lasted over six minutes and confirmed Lazaro-Castillo repeatedly hitting his spouse within the head and face. One of many youngsters tried to guard her mom by shielding her together with her arms.

Lazaro-Castillo reportedly slapped the kid on the leg and continued to assault his spouse. Subsequent, he turned his spouse over and held her face down into the carpet for an prolonged period of time.

Deputies stated Lazaro-Castillo, his spouse, and one of many minor youngsters have been intoxicated. Yuba County Sheriff’s Deputy Bonifacio Paredes positioned the youngsters into protecting custody and arrested Lazaro-Castillo.

Yuba County District Attorney’s Office reported that Lazaro-Castillo didn’t have a previous legal document, however he acquired the utmost sentence on Dec. 1 for felony home violence based mostly on “the brutality of his actions and his utter disregard for his youngsters.”

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