It's back to prison for a man who has spent much of the last 10 years behind bars. 29-year-old Reynaldo Solorio of Lincoln entered a guilty plea to a Class IV Felony on Monday and the judge granted his request for immediate sentencing.
The Cassgram reports Cass County sheriff’s deputies were called to Eagle last April after Solorio kicked in two doors at a residence and damaged the screen door on another entrance to the house, said Chief Deputy Cass County Attorney Colin Palm. While inside, Solorio punched a hole in the wall and broke some other items.
Palm said Solorio had been in a relationship with the woman who lived there with her father. The two have a child together.
Solorio pleaded guilty to Criminal Mischief. As per the plea agreement, three other counts were dismissed and the prosecution and defense recommended a sentence of not less than 18 months and not more than 36 months.
Palm said Solorio had many prior convictions and listed nine jail or prison terms he’d been given that ranged from 10 days to 3-to-5 years. He was convicted of assault seven times.
Cass County District Court Judge Randall Rehmeier accepted the plea agreement and followed the sentencing recommendation which also included $1000 restitution to the woman’s father. Palm said damage surpassed $1500 but the insurance deductible was $1000.
“You need to get a handle on this assaultive behavior,” said Rehmeier. He advised Solorio to “take corrective action to keep from going to prison for the rest of your life.”