Orange City, Iowa — Two of four people charged after an assault in Orange City in March have been sentenced.
Court records indicate that 24-year-old Julian Barrientos of Sioux Center and 18-year-old Gustavo Rodriguez of Orange City were charged with willful serious injury, a class C felony, and trespassing while causing injury or damage, a serious misdemeanor. The records say that Orange City Police believe that on March 18th, Barrientos and Rodriguez went to an address on Second Street Southwest in Orange City to pick up the female living at the home. When they got there, officers believe that they assaulted a male victim, breaking his leg.
Orange City Police report that there were two others involved in the alleged assault. One was a juvenile. The other was 21-year-old Gabriel Barajas of Orange City, who they say they arrested the previous week on similar charges.
Barrientos and Barajas have now been sentenced.
Court records indicate that Barrientos has been sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for time served, and one year of probation. He must also pay a $300 fee and a $315 fine, plus court costs and a surcharge.
They say Barajas will also serve a 90-day jail sentence with credit for time served. He must also complete an anger management course, pay a $315 fine, plus court costs and a surcharge.
The trespassing charges against both Barrientos and Barajas were dismissed.
The case against Gustavo Rodriguez continues in Sioux County District Court.