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5:17 AM Sun, Nov. 18th

Probation for man arrested after allegedly assaulting cop

PRESCOTT - A man who got into an altercation and then assaulted a deputy who responded plead guilty to lesser charges and was sentenced to two years' probation Monday afternoon.

Micah Robinson, 28, faced a nine-count indictment that included assault on Yavapai County Sheriff's Deputy Oscar Alvarez, resisting arrest, threats, and disorderly conduct for an incident that happened July 4.

Robinson took a deal that saw him plead guilty to the resisting charge and two disorderly conduct charges.

Superior Court Judge Tina Ainley noted Robinson's "lack of criminal history" in imposing the relatively light sentence of two years' probation.

As a condition of the probation, he's not allowed to have contact with any of the victims.