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Wilson Man Get Five Years for Assault

An Upper Peninsula man will spend the next five years in a federal prison for beating his live-in girlfriend last year. A U.S. District Court judge in Marquette handed down the 60-month sentence to 23-year old Peter Meshigaud of Wilson after he plead guilty in April to domestic assault, habitual offender. Meshigaud admitted punching his girlfriend causing injuries that required medical attention. The assault occurred at their residence on the Hannahville Indian Community reservation last fall. As part of his sentence, Meshigaud was also ordered to pay nearly $1,200 in restitution to the Hannahville Indian Community Housing Department. The Hannahville Indian Community Tribal Police and the FBI investigated the case.

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