Jason Leroy Bureau was convicted on one count of attempt to commit a class A felony, assault in the first degree, as well as one count of failure to perform the duties of a driver to injured persons, based on a plea of no contest entered on Thursday, Aug. 8.
One count of assault in the second degree was dismissed.
The charges stem from an incident that occurred on or about Tuesday, June 18.
Bureau was sentenced to 36 months in the custody of the Oregon Department of Corrections and 36 months of post-prison supervision for the charge of assault in the first degree, and 60 months of supervised probation for the charge of failure to perform the duties of a driver to injured persons. Also included in his conditions was that he shall have no contact with Edward Jones or Marissa Menchinella.
Following a plea of no contest to the charge of theft in the second degree, Angelina Deidrich was directed to a diversion period of 24 months.
In the event that Deidrich fulfills all the conditions of the diversion agreement, which includes entering a plea of no contest to the charge of theft in the second degree and payment of $7,000 to the victim, Lakeview Babe Ruth, payment of a $500 fine to the Lake County Circuit Court, a court assessment of $173 and attorney fees of $300, the Lake County District Attorney will move the court to dismiss the criminal charges filed against the defendant with prejudice.
Should the defendant violate any condition during the diversion period, the diversion agreement will be revoked, a plea of no contest will be entered and criminal proceedings will resume by the court.