Feb 23, 2021
Home Improvement star Zachery Ty Bryan pleads guilty in choking case
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The 39-year-old actor pleaded guilty to misdemeanor counts of menacing and fourth-degree assault in exchange for three years of probation in the Oct.16, 2020, attack on his girlfriend in his Eugene apartment, KEZI-TV said Tuesday.
Prosecutors agreed to drop six other charges — which included strangulation and coercion — against Bryan, the station said.Zachery Ty Bryan at an event on November 13, 2016.Photo by Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic
The actor also agreed not to contact the victim.
Police said officers arriving at the apartment complex after the incident found Bryan sitting outside and his girlfriend reportedly hiding in a friend’s apartment.
Bryan was arrested and released on $8,500 bail the following day.
According to police documents obtained by TMZ at the time, the actor’s girlfriend told police he woke, pulled her by her hair and started beating her while shouting obscenities — and choked her to the point that she feared she would suffocate.
Bryan is best known for his role of Brad Taylor in the hit 1990’s TV comedy, and has since become a television producer.Filed under assaults , domestic violence , home improvement , 2/23/21
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Power Being Restored To Co-Op City After Elderly Woman Collapsed, Died Climbing Stairs To Apartment During Outage
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Power is being restored to Co-op City Saturday after the outage ended in the death of an elderly resident.
Police said the 73-year-old woman collapsed and died after her portable oxygen tank ran out while she climbed the stairs to her apartment on the 19th floor.
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The elevator was out of service after a transformer caught fire Friday morning.
Thousands who live in buildings one through eight were left without electricity.
Authorities said they hoped to restore electricity, water and heat by Saturday morning.