Crime, Fire + Courts

Final restitution ordered in Davis hate-crime case

By From page A3 | May 11, 2014

A Davis man serving time for a 2013 hate-crime beating was ordered Friday to pay more than $200,000 in restitution to his victim, according to the Yolo County District Attorney’s Office.

The $213,995 amount Yolo Superior Court Judge David Rosenberg ordered Clayton Daniel Garzon to pay represents medical expenses and lost wages incurred by the victim, 33-year-old Lawrence “Mikey” Partida of Davis, following the March 10, 2013, assault outside his cousin’s I Street home. Proscutors say Partida was targeted in part because of his sexual orientation.

Garzon, 21, pleaded no contest earlier this year to assault, battery and hate-crime charges. He is serving a split sentence that includes five years of prison time, which is being served locally in the Yolo County Jail, followed by two years and four months of supervised release.

Lauren Keene

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