Jefferson County inmate sentenced to 20 years in jail for attacking deputy


An inmate within the Jefferson County jail has been sentenced to 20 years in jail for attacking a jail deputy with a crude weapon — a padlock tied to a sheet.
Roger Charles Joseph Freyta, 39, was sentenced final week Roger Freyta[/caption]
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The deputy was attacked at about 11 p.m. on Jan. 1 whereas performing an inmate rely as a part of routine lockdown, the discharge mentioned. Because the deputy was leaving the sleeping space Freyta attacked, hitting him within the face and head with the weapon. The deputy suffered a concussion, together with contusions and lacerations to his face and head.
Freyta had stolen the padlock from a deputies work station and tied to material from a sheet or pillowcase. The plea is Freya’s third felony conviction.


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