BOISE, Idaho - A southwest Idaho man has pleaded guilty to five crimes committed during a drug-fueled rampage that left two men hospitalized and others injured.
The Idaho Statesman reports in a story on Thursday that 23-year-old Sean D. Carnell agreed to a plea deal last month.
He appeared in 4th District Court Wednesday concerning a mental health evaluation.
Authorities say that over a two-hour span on Aug. 22 in Meridian, Carnell kicked a dog, punched a teen, beat up a construction worker with a shovel, tipped over a man in a wheelchair, tried to strangle a 36-year-old woman, broke windows in a house and set fire to his apartment.
He pleaded guilty to robbery, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, battery with intent to commit a serious felony and first-degree arson.
Five other charges were dismissed.
Carnell says he was high on meth.
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