Wilkes-Barre — A Hanover Township man accused by Township police of using a serrated knife to partially cut a fiance’s finger during a violent domestic conflict, ruled in Luzerne County Court on Thursday. received.
Hector Manuel Pizzaro, 28, was sentenced to one to two years in prison by President Michael T. Vaux for assault. Pissarro pleaded guilty to a felony charge on May 23.
Police responded to the couple’s apartment on South Main Street with a text message, “Five children rush to help.” Police officers later learned that the incident was accompanied by a puncture wound.
When the police arrived, Laura Gyle and Pizarro stood on the front porch. According to court records, Guile had a blood-stained towel in his right hand, claiming that Pissarro grabbed a knife and “chopped my hand.”
Guile was transferred to the Gaisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center in Plains Township for a partially amputated finger in his right hand.
Pissarro told police, according to court records, he has problems with alcohol and suffers from mental health problems.
In court on Thursday, Guile introduced himself as Pissarro’s fiancée, saying Pissarro deserves another opportunity and needs drug and alcohol counseling.
Vough allowed Pizarro to serve a sentence in a county correctional facility and ordered him to attend drug and alcohol counseling and anger management classes. Pizarro was allowed contact with Gyle and was awarded the release of his work.
Pizarro is allegedly sentenced to 158 days in prison at a county correctional facility.
A man was convicted of having almost amputated a woman’s finger
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