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Dec 20, 2016

Chester Noralez’ Case for Savage Beating of Neighbor Dropped in Court

Patrick Grant

Thirty-six-year-old Chester Noralez, a repeat offender, accused of brutally attacking an elderly neighbor last year, is home free tonight after the court struck out the matter against him because his case file could not be found.  Ninety-three-year-old Patrick Grant was beaten to a bloody pulp and left for dead during an aggravated burglary on December twenty-ninth, 2015.  During the near-fatal assault several items, including a television set, were stolen from Grant’s residence on Fern Lane.  That TV would later surface at Noralez’s home across the street from where the vicious attack took place.  Naturally, he was suspected of participating, if not carrying out the dastardly act himself.  Noralez was arraigned on two counts, namely dangerous harm and burglary and eventually granted bail.  When he appeared in court on Monday, Senior Magistrate Sharon Frazer struck out the matter because police could not locate the case file.  Noralez, however, is still not off the hook, as he still has a pending matter before the court.  He was recently charged for a sexual assault upon a seventeen-year-old student who alleges that Noralez touched her inappropriately on her buttocks.

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1 Response for “Chester Noralez’ Case for Savage Beating of Neighbor Dropped in Court”

  1. Mike G. says:

    And yet again, the police screw up the case. Can’t find the file? WTF is going on with this? Can’t they get anything right?

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