Man sentenced for assaulting, robbing and threatening girlfriend in Merced

According to the  Merced County DA, defendant Trevon Moultrie was sentenced to 17 years and 8 months in state prison for robbing, assaulting, and threatening his girlfriend.

On December 20, 2019, a Merced County jury convicted Trevon Moultrie of four felonies: robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, corporal injury to a dating partner, and criminal threats.

Judge Jeanne Schechter found true the special allegations that defendant Trevon Moultrie had a prior domestic violence conviction and a prior “strike” conviction.

On February 14, 2020, Judge Jeanne Schechter sentenced the defendant to 17 years and 8 months in state prison.

In September 2018, defendant Trevon H. Moultrie entered his girlfriend’s home and assaulted her while she slept. He threatened the victim and hit her with a glass bottle.

Trevon then took the victim’s purse and fled the residence. When the victim attempted to get her property back, the defendant assaulted the victim a second time in the driveway of the residence.

Trevon then fled on foot with the victim’s purse. The defendant was on parole at the time for assaulting the same victim in a prior case.

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