Jury convicts pair of attempted murder, attempted voluntary manslaughter
The Lassen County District Attorney’s Office announces convictions regarding a March incident at Rocky Crest Mobile Home Park.
According to the DA’s statement, “After nearly a full week of testimony, evidence, attorney arguments, and deliberations, a jury reached verdicts on Aug. 26, convicting Terry Allen Decutler, Jr. of attempted murder, personal use and intentional discharge of a firearm, assault with a firearm, being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm, and negligent discharge of a firearm. The same jury also convicted Keshaun Donzale Hattley of attempted voluntary manslaughter, personal use of a weapon and inflicting great bodily injury.
“These acts occurred past midnight on the morning of March 6 at Rocky Crest Mobile Home Park and were investigated by the Lassen County Sheriffs Office and the Lassen County District Attorney Investigations. Personnel from both agencies testified at the trial, and we commend them for their coordinated efforts.
“We would like to thank the jurors for their time and consideration in this matter, the witnesses for their willingness to participate, and offer our continued well wishes and support for the victim as he continues to recover from his injuries.
“Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 18, 2022. The case was prosecuted by District Attorney Susan M. Rios.”