Another Suspect Arrested For Gross Bodily Injury In Confrontation At The Amador County Fair

Another Suspect Arrested For Gross Bodily Injury In Confrontation At The Amador County Fair

Another suspect has been arrested in a confrontation at the Amador County Fair that left a man with a broken leg. A previously unidentified suspect has been charged and taken into custody. According to court documents, Cameron Davis Crocker of Stockton appeared in Amador Superior Court on Tuesday morning on his own recognizance. The Amador County DA’s Office filed an amended criminal complaint in the case to include Crocker, who then entered a not-guilty plea to the charges of assault likely to cause gross bodily injury and battery with serious bodily harm. Crocker was then taken into custody by Sheriff Bailiffs and held on $50,000 bond. Justin Lee Yarborough of Ione and Victoria Christine King of Rancho Murieta had been previously arrested and charged in the July 30, 2017 incident and were scheduled for a preliminary hearing in the case on Tuesday. According to reports at the time of the incident, a political argument between the defendants and a 13 year old in the Junior Livestock area of the Amador County Fairgrounds allegedly escalated into a physical fight that left the 13-year-olds father with a broken leg. The planned preliminary hearing was pre-empted by the arrest of Crocker, and the case will return to court, now with three defendants, on April 24 for a preliminary hearing. 

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