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EUGENE, Ore. -- The man convicted of third-degree assault in a 2018 incident on Jeppesen Acres was sentenced Thursday.
Brandon McAdam, 35, will serve 23 days as well as three years of supervised probation. He is eligible for alternative sentencing such as participating on a road crew or electronic surveillance, which would be determined by the sheriff's office.
He was initially charged with second, third and fourth-degree assault in connection with the Nov. 4, 2018, case.
Police said they responded to calls of an assault with injury in the 2500 block of Jeppesen Acres.
In the affidavit, police reported seeing massive amounts of blood in the hallway, kitchen, two bedrooms, garage and even the attic.
Inside the home, they also found safes and laptops covered in blood, which they said could indicate someone was trying to access them during or immediately after the assault.
Both McAdam and his then-girlfriend were so badly wounded, they were taken to the hospital at the time.
The female victim had significant trauma to her head and a black eye with a severe gash on the back of her skull.
The defense attorney, Michael Buseman, said both parties were "voluntarily intoxicated" during the incident, and McAdam didn't intend to injure her.
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