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Manchester man sentenced a year for assault, drug charges

Manchester man sentenced a year for assault, drug charges
Cameron Anthony Reoli was sentenced to a year in the Carroll County Detention Center after he pleaded guilty to second-degree assault following a Feb. 5 altercation. Full story here. (Submitted photo / HANDOUT)

A Manchester man was sentenced to a year in the Carroll County Detention Center after he pleaded guilty to second-degree assault following a Feb. 5 altercation.

Cameron Anthony Reoli, 22, of the 3100 block of Main St., pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree assault and one count of conspiracy to possess a controlled dangerous substance with the intent to distribute. All other counts connected to the altercation were abandoned by the state.

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Judge Barry Hughes, who presided over the hearing, sentenced Reoli to three years, with two suspended, for the count of conspiracy. For the second-degree assault charge, Hughes sentenced Reoli three years, with two suspended, with the sentence running concurrent to the conspiracy count.

Reoli was granted a furlough to allow him to continue treatment at Mountain Manor, as well as given work release.

Reoli was arrested in February after he got into a physical altercation with a neighbor, including punching the neighbor in the face.

Thomas Hickman, Reoli's lawyer, said Reoli has a drug problem but is receiving treatment.

"He's a young man. He just turned 22, and this was his first significant run-in with law enforcement," Hickman said.

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