Michael Fasig and Israel Hernandez every face Class C felony fees of reckless endangerment and felony mischief associated to ramming the truck on Oct. 27, 2016. They each pleaded harmless.
The 2 have been set for trial to start Thursday, Oct. 5, canceled Monday by Decide Joel Medd.
Morton County Assistant State’s Lawyer Gabrielle Goter motioned Tuesday to amend Fasig’s costs to Class A misdemeanor counts of menacing and felony mischief.
Her movement says Fasig does not oppose the amended fees of the settlement.
Paperwork for Hernandez’s pretrial diversion must be filed inside 30 days. Medd canceled his trial after Hernandez’s lawyer filed a request Friday to cancel the trial because of the settlement.
Particulars of the 2 agreements weren’t but obtainable Wednesday. Goter was unavailable and didn’t instantly return a message to debate the instances.
In July, Medd dismissed a felony terrorizing cost towards one other co-defendant, Brennon Nastacio. He was accused of threatening the guard by strolling towards him with a knife. The cost was dropped resulting from statements from the safety guard that raised doubt.