Marquette Man Sentenced To Prison For Domestic Violence

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Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – A Marquette man has been sentenced to 5 years in prison for domestic violence.

43-year-old Bradley Hase was sentenced in Federal Court in Marquette to the maximum prison term for domestic assault by an habitual offender.

Hase also must serve three years of supervised release following his prison time.

Hase plead guilty last November to one count in a federal indictment charging him with domestic assault by an habitual offender.

The charge came after the investigation into an incident on Keweenaw Bay Indian Community reservation land in Marquette County in February of 2013.

During this incident, Hase, a non-Indian, assaulted his girlfriend, a tribal member, grabbing her by the face and   throat and pulling out her hair.

Hase had been convicted twice of domestic violence in Marquette County District Court, and was on probation for one of those offenses at the time of the assault in this case.

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