ROCHESTER - A Rochester man will spend three to six years in state prison after pleading guilty today to gun and assault charges against a former girlfriend.
Jarred Bartlett, 23, formerly of Royal Crest Drive, pleaded guilty to two counts of second degree assault, felony criminal threatening with a gun and two drug charges.
Bartlett received a three- to six-year sentence on one assault charge, with additional three- to six-year terms on the assault and gun counts to run concurrently. The drug charges both drew two and a half to five year sentences and were both fully suspended if Bartlett remains on good behavior following his release from prison.
Rochester Police became involved in the case after the victim reported a Feb. 6, 2018, attack at Bartlett's residence.
Once the investigation concluded, warrants were obtained for his arrest and police took him into custody at his residence.
Rochester Police charged Bartlett with two counts of second degree assault and criminal threatening, all felonies, and simple assault, a misdemeanor.
The victim suffered injuries to her eyes, arm and neck during the attack.