HUTCHINSON, Kan. — One of three people charged with aggravated intimidation of a witness, aggravated battery, aggravated burglary was ordered to prison in another case Thursday morning.
Joshua Rund, who entered pleas in three cases, was sentenced to nearly 22 years in prison, but then granted three years community corrections. Judge Tim Chambers found he had violated the conditions of his corrections and ordered him to prison. However, the judge did grant him some relief. He knocked the sentence down to 10 years.
Rund was convicted in a number of drug cases going back to 2012 and 2013.
But, Rund is not out of the woods yet. Rund, Joshua Bradbury and Michala Cooprider are accused of attacking a Hutchinson woman in her home while she was in bed. Lacy Lomax was beaten so badly, she had to be taken to the hospital for treatment. She was apparently attacked with a flashlight and hit on her head as many as six times. She was allegedly attacked because she may have given information to law enforcement in McPherson County over a burglary case.
An officer from McPherson testified Thursday morning over the burglary in the county during corrections violation hearing.