Suspect in baseball bat attack turns self in


A 20-year-old man who police had been seeking for more than two weeks in connection with an attack involving a baseball bat in Vacaville turned himself in Friday, according to police.

Fairfield resident Jonathon Muse was arrested when he turned himself in after seeing his name in the newspaper, police said.

Two other men had already been arrested in connection with the assault. They’ve been identified as 19-year-old Vacaville resident Joshua Potmesil and 20-year-old Fairfield resident Jameson Grey-Ledesma, police said.

The arrests stem from an incident in the early morning of Sept. 18.

The victim was leaving a party when he got into a car with the three suspects, who had offered to give the victim a ride.

The trio instead parked the vehicle near the corner of Studding Sail Street and Weatherly Way and beat the victim with a baseball bat. The suspects then robbed him, according to police.

The victim was left with several facial injuries, police said.

The three suspects have all been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon causing great bodily injury, according to police.


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