How about the Mahar's have some leniency on Hyatt Lake rules, regs, laws, and the community
and roll all the faux RV off... let's see how much " true character" there really is...
Medford, Ore. — " A well-known businessman is sentenced to a month in jail for assaulting a local NBC Dateline producer. It’s a story NBC5 has been covering since the incident occurred in June.
Louis Mahar of “Mahar Brothers Construction” pleaded no contest Friday to charges of assault and harassment. Mahar was charged with misdemeanor assault and two counts of harassment for harassing Anna Bishop at a party, and then assaulting her husband Shane Bishop, resulting in serious injuries.
In court Friday, Mahar briefly apologized. Bishop says he’s glad the case is behind them.
“I have never physically hurt anyone in my life,” Louis Mahar read in court, “I hope the court can show some leniency in my sentence on count 1.”
“We’re very grateful to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office and the Jackson County District Attorney’s Office for their commitment to pursing the truth, and we’re glad this is finally over,” Shane Bishop told NBC5 after the sentencing.
Mahar is scheduled to report for jail on January 3rd, 2017 but he is eligible to apply for home detention. In addition to his jail sentence, Mahar will serve 2 years probation. The Bishop’s are seeking several thousand dollars in restitution"
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These are NOT " RV" and do not belong on Hyatt Lake...so where is the leniency bro?
Somebody tell Bob by the steam tray...
If that is actually more-possible...
Violent tempered and pleading guilty...Mahar will plead guilty to assault for his behavior -- -
and harassment on a woman
while attacking a man in Medford Oregon.
And why did Danny Jordan see fit to contact the Jackson County Sheriff Department and try to interfere with the investigation???
Just like the always-good wife of Client #9
Louis Mahar and his attorney have figured out he can't get out of this
Mahar's taking a plea deal 11/17/16 Friday.
Pleading to assault and to a crime against a woman;
Pleading to harassment as well.
24 months bench probation
No weapons or intoxicants for 24 months and
30 days in jail
--MORE Bad publicity for Mahar Homes. If that is possible.
Mahar who purchased Mountain Resort at Hyatt Lake...on a Dead Dave's Grave. Karma.
Do the Mahar's and Danny Jordan really think these are RV ?
On the Pacific Crest Trail, in the Federal National Monument, on two strictly zoned dirt campgrounds, seasonal use only, no permanent dwellings or mobile homes, no stays over 14 days, with all kinds of rules and regs...riiiiight... roll em all off.
Divine Karma Justice
Guilty. " That's Great. "
First of others to come... Watch & See.
" Five people have filed lawsuits seeking more than $2.3 million in damages after allegedly suffering injuries when a Medford apartment complex balcony collapsed.
Four family members plus a neighbor said in their lawsuits the balcony detached from the main building and collapsed in September, causing a host of injuries that included a concussion, herniated disk and a hand pierced by a nail. The apartment complex is on Brookhurst Street.
Medford Fire & Rescue responded to the collapse. A fire marshal noted dry rot and a low number of nails used in the balcony's construction.
The lawsuits allege the parties being sued were warned the balcony was unstable and was deteriorating but failed to repair or replace the balcony.
A Jackson County Circuit Court judge ruled this week the separate cases should be consolidated.
Tracy McGovern, attorney for the defendants, argued in a court submission that the lawsuits relate to the same incident and therefore should be consolidated.
Without consolidation, she wrote that the plaintiffs "would essentially get five 'separate bites at the liability apple' against Defendants. Defendants should only be required to defend liability once."
A consultant for the other side argued against consolidating the cases, saying jurors would be confused by complex medical information about all five injured people. The consultant also said jurors could award a smaller total amount if they feel sorry for the people being sued.
The lawsuits seek damages against Kathryn and Louis Mahar, Mary and Robert Niccolls and Oak Tree Realtors.
Not so younger...
Arrested. Booked. Guilty. Probation. Truth Will Out.
The five people who say they were injured by the balcony collapse are Janet Hodges, her daughters, Emily and Sadie Hodges, her sister, Susan Hager Hamilton, and a visiting neighbor, Clara Daley.
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