Lebanon man pleads guilty for punching girlfriend out of paranoia


LEBANON, Ind. (WTHR) — A Lebanon man who punched his girlfriend during a fit of paranoia will spend two years under the close eyes of the Indiana Department of Corrections.

Police say Brandon Harrison was high and told his then-girlfriend his dealer had been arrested and "cops were everywhere."

That's when he punched her in the eye.

Harrison pleaded guilty to one count of battery and was sentenced to two years. Most of that time will be served on probation.

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