No jail time for axe-wielding black man who set Asian UC Berkeley students on fire with blowtorch

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“McGlone’s service resulted in PTSD and substance abuse, for which he has sought and participated in treatment,” Emily Klein, McGlone’s defense attorney, argued in a recent motion.

During the April hearing, Judge Cramer issued a ten-year protective order between McGlone and his wife and daughter, according to the outlet. He also granted nine other victims in the WD-40 attacks protection orders, as well.

As a result of the plea deal, McGlone entered no-contest pleas to charges of assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a destructive device and three counts of assault with caustic chemicals, as well as assault with a firearm and carrying a loaded firearm in connection with the DV case.

Judge Cramer explained that sentencing would be postponed for two years if McGlone successfully completes the treatment program, while the protection orders will remain in place.

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