Colusa man gets probation after hitting man with a bat

Colusa County Sun-Herald | June 28, 2013

A Colusa man that police said hit a rival gang member in the head with a bat was given three years probation and will not do prison time unless he violates the terms of that release.

Tony Gudino Jr., who had pleaded guilty to blankault with a deadly weapon as part of a plea deal, received the sentence Wednesday from Colusa County Superior Court Judge Betsy Olivera.

Olivera told Gudino that if he violates his probation in any way, he can count on doing six years in state prison, the most allowed for the charge.

Gudino then walked out the courtroom with a woman.

Gudino was originally charged with the blankault a deadly weapon, other than a firearm, with special allegations of causing great bodily harm and being involved in a street gang.

However, the enhancements were dropped as part of the plea agreement.

District Attorney John Poyner said the sentence reflects a growing attitude not to send certain felons to prison because of the crowding issue.

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