Marquette batterer gets prison

MARQUETTE – A Marquette man has been sentenced to serve the maximum of five years in federal prison after pleading guilty in November to domestic assault by a habitual offender.

Bradley Joseph Hase, 43, was also ordered by U.S. District Judge Robert Holmes Bell to three years of supervised release and to pay a $100 special assessment, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Grand Rapids.

The assault charge Hase pleaded guilty to stemmed from a Feb. 3 assault on Keweenaw Bay Indian Community land in Marquette County. Hase, who is a non-Indian, assaulted his girlfriend, a member of the KBIC.

He grabbed her by the face and throat and pulled out her hair, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.