LOGANSPORT MAN SENTENCED TO 16 YEARS FOR SHOOTING AT FRANCE PARK
LOGANSPORT – Prosecutor Noah Schafer announced that Braxton Maloy, 18, of Logansport, was sentenced to sixteen years in the Indiana Department of Correction for aggravated battery. Maloy was sentenced in Cass County Circuit Court by Judge Stephen Kitts following a guilty plea on May 13 in which Maloy admitted to shooting another juvenile on at France Park in May of 2022 when he was 17. As part of the plea agreement, Maloy also admitted the crime of conspiracy to commit intimidation for threatening witnesses not to talk to the police. Under the terms of the plea agreement, Maloy may spend the last four years of his sentence on probation.
Prosecutor Noah Schafer had this to say following the sentencing: “This tragedy was a result of poor choices exacerbated by illegal substances. We’re grateful for the hard work of the Cass County Sheriff’s Department investigating this matter, and to have achieved a measure of justice for the victim. This office will continue to vigorously prosecute those crimes which threaten public safety and public spaces. All Cass County residents should feel safe at France Park.”