First arrest at University Hill Riot, now sentenced Henry Chardack – CBS Denver
BOULDER, Colorado (CBS4) – The first person to be arrested for the University Hill riot at the University of Colorado at Boulder was the first to be sentenced. Henry Chardack surrendered to police on March 10.
He pleaded guilty on September 24 to a misdemeanor misdemeanor. He was sentenced to one year of probation, 30 hours of community service and will have to pay various fines and costs related to the crime.
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His original charges, which included three crimes, were dismissed.
On March 6, between 500 and 800 people gathered at an outdoor party on University Hill that escalated into a riot. Rioters damaged eight civilian and city vehicles.
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Police responded, but said the group had become violent towards police and other first responders. Boulder Police said officers were hit by bottles and stones and a fire engine was damaged.
The damage was estimated at approximately $ 43,500.
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