Waterloo Man Going To Prison For Cutting Woman With A Hatchet

 

A Waterloo man is heading to prison for a vicious attack on a woman last September in his apartment. 24-year old Aden Blevins cut a 28 year old woman's neck with a hatchet, struck her on the face with a wooden bar stool, threatened her with a kitchen knife, swung a baseball bat at her, threatened to burn the apartment down and for biting her twice.

Last month he pled guilty to first degree  criminal contempt involving a weapon. Seneca County Court Judge Dennis Bender gave gave Blevins a sentence of one to three years in prison.

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