Crime

Chester man gets 3 years after pleading guilty to domestic assaults

Orlowski
Orlowski

A Chester man was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty this week to three separate domestic assaults, according to the Sixth Circuit Solicitor’s Office.

Dustin Joseph Orlowski, 27, pleaded guilty to criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature and second-degree assault and battery. Circuit Court Judge Daniel Hall sentenced Orlowski to 10 years suspended to three years and five years probation. Orlowski will also be required to undergo batterer’s treatment counseling.

Orlowski’s plea stemmed from several incidents that happened between December 2013 and January 2015 involving three victims, all of whom were romantically involved with Orlowski at the time of the incidents, said Sixth Circuit Solicitor Randy Newman. Two of the three victims were present in the courtroom for Orlowski’s plea.

The case was prosecuted by Assistant Solicitor Sandra Sutton and Deputy Solicitor Julie Hall.

Teddy Kulmala •  803-329-4082

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