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Man pleads guilty to crowbar beating

LAWTON, Okla._A Lawton man pleaded guilty to assault and battery today for beating a man with a crowbar.

Investigators say Joshua Blake went to a home in Geronimo, and found the victim in bed with Blake's ex-wife. The victim said he was sleeping when Blake started beating him. Police found Blake in his home in Lawton, wearing a bloody shirt and arrested him. Blake was sentenced today to 6 years in prison for the attack.

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