Horicon Man On Deferred Prosecution For Battery, Theft

4/20/17 – A Horicon man will spend ten months in jail with work release for separate incidents of fighting with a cop and stealing a car. Last June, Caleb Hagy was convicted of Battery to Law Enforcement. Police were called to an apartment last March to remove the 23-year-old who pushed and threatened to kill arresting officers. He was placed on deferred prosecution and would have avoided a jail sentence if he stayed out of trouble. However, in December he stole a neighbor’s truck and crashed it while drunk.  He was placed on deferred prosecution and got a month in jail for the stolen truck in addition to having his deferred prosecution extended and a nine-month jail stint ordered for the battery charge. Hagy can avoid a felony record if he stays out of trouble while on deferred prosecution.