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Jonathan NoeWest Lafayette, IN – It’s been two years since we first reported on Jonathan Noe, the man charged with beating his girlfriend with a Shake Weight. On Monday, he was sentenced to four years behind bars.

On November 9, 2011, Noe’s girlfriend called police to report he had beaten the shit out of her with a Shake Weight. When police arrived at the her home, she reportedly told them Noe violated a protective order she filed in June of that year when he showed up at her place after a party and indicated how unhappy he was with her.

He then proceeded to show her how unhappy he was by knocking her around, kicking her, choking her and beating the crap out of her with a Shake Weight. Police say both of the woman’s eyes were swollen shut, her mouth was swollen enough to make speaking difficult, and four of her teeth were knocked loose and pushed back toward her throat.

Medical documents revealed the woman 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.

Tippecanoe County Superior Court 1 found 20-year-old Jonathan Noe guilty of battery with a deadly weapon and invasion of privacy. Noe was sentenced to six years, two of which will be probation.

The terms of his probation include that Noe must live with his father or group home for the first year, 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.

However, with credit for time served and good behavior, Noe could be out in less than nine months.

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