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  Originally Published on: 8/19/2014

An Ashland teen charged with assaulting the owner of Comtock's Vintage Toys last year outside of a local bar is headed to prison.

Dalton Graffice, 18, was sentenced to seven years in prison for felonious assault Monday in Ashland County Common Pleas Court. Graffice was accused of punching Kent Comstock, 56, in the head causing serious head injuries.

Comstock was attempting to break up a fight outside of Bullshooters bar on July 11, 2013. Graffice was 17-years-old at the time of the incident.

In June he pleaded guilty to the charge and was ordered to be tried as an adult.

Graffice will be placed on three years probation after his release. Graffice was also ordered to pay $46,329 in restitution to the victim.

   
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