Man sentenced in Shake Weight dumbbell beating of girlfriend

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A West Lafayette man was sentenced Tuesday in connection with the severe beating of his girlfriend that involved a Shake Weight dumbbell in November 2011.

Jonathan Noe, 20, was sentenced to four years in prison.  However, with 946 days credit for time already served and good behavior, Noe could be released in less than nine months.

Noe will then be required to serve two years of probation.  The terms of his probation include that Noe must live with his father or an approved group home for the first year of his probation, maintain good and lawful behavior, waiver his fourth amendment rights regarding search and seizure, undergo substance abuse evaluation and treatment, attend an anger management program and have no contact with the victim.

According to the probable cause affidavit, an officer was dispatched to a home in West Lafayette on Nov. 9 in reference to a female who claimed she was beaten by her boyfriend.  The officer noted the victim’s eyes and mouth were swollen shut. The officer also stated the victim had four teeth knocked loose.

The affidavit stated the girl told an officer Noe came home from a party unhappy and began hitting her. She told the officer she was unconscious at one point but remembers being hit, kicked and grabbed by Noe.  The victim also stated she remembered being hit repeatedly with a Shake Weight dumbbell and choked.

Additionally, court documents revealed Noe violated a protective order issued for him to stay away from the victim.

Medical records stated the victim suffered from a subdural hematoma to the head, a fracture of the right orbital bone, a broken nose, multiple contusions, extensive facial injuries, a concussion, loss of consciousness and blowout fracture of facial bones.

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24 comments

    • ClanSmokeJaguar

      Uhh…you do realize the girl had a protective order for him to stay away from her…yet…she let his drunk azz into the house.

      I'm hoping if there is a next person that woman will be smart enough to keep his azz at bay.

  • Slayer2

    Wow look at this shit, punk as white boy is about to be back out on the street so he can beat the shit, out of someone else. White women here's your future husband.

  • Da Bodysnatcher

    Good news he just got hired aa a personal trainer shaking women in shape 1 b*tch at a time!

  • Slayer2

    A larger percentage of the black population is on welfare but a larger share of welfare dollars goes to whites. Roughly 38 percent of the 224 million white people are on welfare. Roughly 28 percent of the 62 million black people are on welfare. Roughly 12% of 50 million hispanics are on welfare.

    Do the math. More white people on welfare than blacks. Now you do the math white trash.

  • Slayer2

    Once convicted, black offenders receive longer sentences compared to white offenders. The U.S. Sentencing Commission stated that in the federal system black offenders receive sentences that are 10 percent longer than white offenders for the same crimes. The Sentencing Project reports that African Americans are 21 percent more likely to receive mandatory-minimum sentences than white defendants and are 20 percent more like to be sentenced to prison. Hummm

  • you're wrong

    Slayer 2 – That's because the blackies will go out and commit the crime again, stupid. And, your percentages regarding welfare are dead wrong. "The difference in population means that there are more blacks on welfare as a percentage of their actual population then there are of whites." (as quoted by welfare statistics by race). So, go collect your wefare, call your friends on your obama phone, and go rob a bank. You worthless POS.

  • slayer2

    hi im a black idiot with white people issues my great great great grandfather was a slave so im going to hate all white people yea for me..

  • Slayer2

    The truth? Of the 46 million people living in poverty in America in 2010, the U.S. censusrevealed that 31 million were white. Ten million were black. Of the 49 million people without health insurance coverage, 37 million were white; 8 million were African American. Latinos of every race and Asian Americans represented the remaining largest ethnic groups.The face of poverty in America is overwhelmingly white, but as sociologist and professor William O'Hare explains in a 2009 study on children in poverty, the white American poor, especially those in rural areas, are "forgotten."

    • Gat Monkey

      Cut 'n Paste much?

      Senor Slayer(Snicker) please pick a moniker and stick with it. Please take the time to post fresh stats. At least our favorite resident troll is kind enough to provide updated semi-cut 'n paste content for our entertainment.

      "2009 study on children in poverty, the white American poor, especially those in rural areas, are "forgotten."

      All too true but at the end of the day, who do you think will be the one to slap you upside your big head with little to no provocation? Who do you think will be in the streets at Expo sending rounds down range.

      Who do you stand a better chance of being killed by? Someone like Zimmerman or a saggin' dred lock wearing Cincy Red fan?

  • Slayer2

    The truth? Of the 46 million people living in poverty in America in 2010, the U.S. censusrevealed that 31 million were white. Ten million were black. Of the 49 million people without health insurance coverage, 37 million were white; 8 million were African American. Latinos of every race and Asian Americans represented the remaining largest ethnic groups.The face of poverty in America is overwhelmingly white, but as sociologist and professor William O'Hare explains in a 2009 study on children in poverty, the white American poor, especially those in rural areas, are "forgotten."

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