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Guardipee pleads guilty to intimidation and assault on a minor

Posted at 4:33 PM, Oct 24, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-24 18:34:27-04

Jayce Guardipee

GREAT FALLS – Jayce Guardipee has pleaded guilty to intimidation and assault on a minor.

In January, Great Falls police responded to a report of child abuse.

The mother told officers that it was not the first time she saw bruises on the kids.

She told Guardipee she was going to call the police, but never did after Guardipee threatened her.

According to court documents, the infant had a broken femur, humerus, left fourth finger, fractured cranium and possible rib fractures.

Sentencing for Guardipee is scheduled for November 26th.

(MARCH 14, 2018) Jayce Guardipee pleaded not guilty to felony criminal child endangerment, felony intimidation, and two counts of felony assault on a minor.

In January, Great Falls police were dispatched to a home for a report of child abuse.

The mother told an officer that this was not the first time she saw bruises on the kids.

She said she told Guardipee she was going to call police, but never did after Guardipee threatened her.

According to court documents, the infant had a broken femur, humerus, left fourth finger, fractured cranium and possible rib fractures.

Judge John Larson, of Missoula, also maintained Guardipee’s bail at $75,000.

Larson ordered Guardipee to undergo drug testing if he is able to bail out

Charges against Bradford have been dismissed.

Reporting by Margaret DeMarco for MTN News