Oxford High student gets probation for attacking girl

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Pontiac – A Lake Orion teen was sentenced Tuesday to three days in jail and place on three years’ probation for assaulting his ex-girlfriend and trying to disarm a deputy at Oxford High School.

Garrett Brodeur, 18, attacked the 16-year-old girl in a school lunch room on Oct. 3, 2017, and while attempting to hit her, slugged two teachers who intervened.

He was held in a school office and resisted arrest from an Oakland County Sheriff’s deputy and attempted to pull the officer’s handgun from its holster, causing the weapon to discharge.

No one was injured in the shooting incident. Brodeur was charged with felonies that can carry up to 10 years in prison on conviction.

He also was charged with domestic violence, a misdemeanor with a 93-day penalty, in the assault on the 16-year-old victim, whom he had threatened, along with others, on social media posts in the months leading up to the incident.

She has obtained a personal protection order, which expires next October, that bars Brodeur from contacting or approaching her.In court filings, Brodeur’s attorney, who could not be reached for comment Tuesday, said the October 2017 incident was “impulsive” and unplanned.According to court records, Brodeur, who had no memory of […]

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