Upper Peninsula Man Sentenced To Prison For Habitual Domestic Violence
An Upper Peninsula man is going to prison for years for habitual domestic violence.
Justin Wykoff was sentenced Thursday to three and a half years in prison for assault and being a habitual offender.
That was in federal court.
It all stemmed from an incident in December where police say Wykoff attacked a woman at the Sault Ste. Marie Tribal Health Center.
Before federal charges, Wykoff pleaded no contest in tribal court for the same incident.