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Tartaglia pleads guilty, is sentenced

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Alfredo Tartaglia, 26, of Idyllwild pleaded guilty to one felony count of assault of a person by force and was sentenced to three years in state prison, according to John Hall, Senior Public Information Specialist, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office. The plea and sentence took place on Thursday, Jan. 10.

Police arrested Tartaglia on Friday, Dec. 22 after he attacked two older men at the Chevron gas station in Idyllwild. Witnesses say the attacked was unprovoked and that Tartaglia appeared to be under the influence and was acting erratically. Both victims had to be transported to hospital as a result of their injuries. Neither knew Tartaglia nor why they had been attacked.

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About the Author: Marshall Smith has been a general assignment reporter for Idyllwild Town Crier since 2005. His favorite quote is: "Some men see things as they are and say why. I dream things that never were and say why not." Email: marshall@towncrier.com

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  1. Ken says:

    What has happened with the CHP officer who finished is pizza rather than respond to the call. Has he been disciplined?

  2. built to last says:

    Three years, and only one felony count?? Someone will prey on him in prison. Hope he gets treated exactly as he has treated those 2 gentlemen.

  3. Falene says:

    What was the point of mentioning the name of his mother and the business she owns?

    Is that a back handed way of implying she raised her child poorly or that she is some how responsible for his acts of violence.

    Bad form Towncrier.

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