Sumner Attorney Kerwin Spencer says he will be filing felony charges soon on Provencio, Reedy over Wednesday morning attack

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Thank you for your input. +37 Vote up Vote down Marla Nispel · 276 weeks ago As the wife of Mr. Nispel I would like for anyone who reads this article to know it is not an accurate account of what Bryan has reported nor what was told to him by a detective around 5:00pm this evening. No one has ever suggested that Bryan would be charged for any crime in this situation. Whoever wrote this article needs to return to the source for more accurate information. Please do not add to the trauma of what has occurred by repeating the contents of this article. Report Reply 2 replies · active 276 weeks ago +35 Vote up Vote down Outraged · 276 weeks ago I’m confused, how can someone take a vehicle they don’t own without the owner’s consent and it be termed an unintentional act? That honestly ranks right up there as one of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard! Regarding Mr Nispel possibly “bumping” the two suspects with his truck, I guarantee if I came upon someone i love being beaten and that’s the only way I could get the attackers off I would do the same thing. I believe most people would do the same in that situation. If Mr Nispel hadn’t shown up when he did Mr Schneider might very well have been killed. Come on people! Report Reply 1 reply · active 276 weeks ago +34 Vote up Vote down Kelsey · 276 weeks ago Bryan Nispel is to be commended for his efforts to save his friends life!! My question though since an attorney I am not is why aren’t they receiving robbery charges??? They stole a vehicle! Even if it was for a second. They stole it. Took it! Wasn’t theirs?? Beat the heck out of a man but when retaliation occurs its okay to take the beaten man’s vehicle?? Sorry our justice system is a little messed up. Based on this article being accurate of course. Report Reply 0 replies · active 276 weeks ago +27 Vote up Vote down jayhawk#1 · 276 weeks ago I’m sorry, Greg is my friend, if I would have been in Bryan’s shoes I would have ran their A–es over instead of just bumping them! Report Reply 0 replies · active 276 weeks ago +18 Vote up Vote down Concerned citizen · 276 weeks ago Totally agree with Outraged and others above. How did Mr Nispel receive those cuts and bruises? I guess next time I see a vehicle sitting around I’ll take it for a test drive since nothing will happen to me. Report Reply 0 replies · active 276 weeks ago +27 Vote up Vote down Caldwell Forever · 276 weeks ago This is exactly what was predicted. The County Attorney is already making this out to be something worthy of only probation/ slap on the wrist. Do they need to kill someone in order for them to receive the jail time they deserve? Shame on you. When is the next election… Report Reply 1 reply · active 276 weeks ago +11 Vote up Vote down Dana Lowe · 276 weeks ago Be sure to email the Attorney General for his help! Please …Greg deserves it. Justice needs to be served! Report Reply 0 replies · active 276 weeks ago +24 Vote up Vote down fed up voter · 276 weeks ago I am going to predict no reelection for Mr. Spencer if he does not do what is right and put these punks away for a long period of time. The citizens of Sumner County are tired of the judicial system going so easy on violent criminals. These two punks have done this before and will continue until someone puts a stop to it. Report Reply 0 replies · active 276 weeks ago +15 Vote up Vote down Guest · 276 weeks ago Give Spencer Kerwin , some time he will make a cluster – – – – out of the whole thing,. Drag as many people in it , as he can. Spend lots of tax payers money. Report Reply 0 replies · active 276 weeks ago +21 Vote up Vote down Guest · 276 weeks ago This happened a few years ago to, same 2 beat a guy badly and nothing happened to them. DA wouldn’t even press charges! How many times will they be allowed to do this? For they have did many times!!! Prayers going out to the victims and families. Report Reply 0 replies · active 276 weeks ago 123Next » Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Clarification: In a previous version of this story, it stated that Sumner County Attorney Kerwin Spencer was considering a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge against Bryan Nispel over the use of the vehicle as a weapon. On Monday, Spencer said the disorderly conduct charge would only be filed concerning the fight leading to the alleged assault and had nothing to do with the vehicle incident thereafter. That part of the story has now been removed. Sumner Newscow has also removed a quote in which Spencer said the two suspects had the opportunity to step back instead of confronting Nispel and Greg Schneider. He said both parties had the opportunity of stepping back and neither side did so. Sumner Newscow apologizes for any confusion this may have caused.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Sumner County Attorney Kerwin Spencer said he is hoping to file charges very soon on what will possibly be felony charges against Sylvester Provencio, 21, and Nicholas Reedy, 33, both of Caldwell. Both are currently in Sumner County jail for the alleged assault of Gregory Schneider, 53, and Bryan Nispel, 55, of Caldwell on early April 22 morning in south rural Sumner County.Spencer said he has interviewed witnesses and is currently working closely with Sumner County Sheriff Detective Jeff Hawkins, in hopes of submitting charges sometime this weekend.The two men will likely face charges of aggravated battery, simple battery, disorderly conduct and criminal depravation of property. Spencer said he will not pursue the aggravated robbery charge which was listed in the original Sumner County Sheriff arrest report.Provencio and Reedy are accused of assaulting Schneider and Nispel who were in two separate vehicles driving home at around 12:15 a.m. Spencer said part of the delay with formal charges is because Schneider has been undergoing treatment at Caldwell Hospital suffering from a busted ear drum, two cracked ribs and various facial scratches and abrasions. According to a source, he was released at 4 p.m. today. Spencer said the situation was unnecessary that started out as a good Samaritan gesture but turned violent.“In a civilized society, a situation like this does not end in fisticuffs,” Spencer said.Schneider and Nispel were driving home east of Caldwell after playing cards at a local pub. They noticed a white Dodge pickup in a ditch that was stuck in the mud.Spencer said Schneider was driving his wife 2014 Cadillac SUV when he immediately turned in to help the two suspects. Nispel, who was driving a 2014 Dodge pickup, didn’t pull over immediately but instead pulled ahead a ways and made a u-turn.Spencer said he did not know the reason why the altercation started, but he said it escalated quickly, and the subject matter turned to whether or not Schneider would help the two suspects or not.“Eventually they had Greg on the ground punching and kicking him,” Spencer said. “I’m not sure if Greg ever threw a punch.”Spencer said he did not know if another instrument was used in the alleged attack.Nispel, who was still in his pickup, quickly saw his friend getting beat up and decided to use his pickup as an instrument to separate the two suspects from Schneider, Spencer said.Spencer said Nispel drove the pickup next to the two suspects, and may have made contact with his pickup.“They were not run over,” Spencer said as claimed by the suspects in the 911 emergency call. “They would have been in the hospital for a long length of time if that happened.”According to Spencer, the two suspects reacted quickly, and ran over to the empty Cadillac, took it and fled – eventually parking it in a yard in Caldwell.Spencer said because Provencio and Reedy did not intentionally steal the Cadillac, he was not going to pursue a felony robbery charge, but instead go with a lesser criminal depravation of property charge.“I don’t think they beat Greg up with the intention of taking his car,” Spencer said. “I think they were beating Greg up, and saw that they were about to get hit by a vehicle and they ran over and took the Cadillac.”Nispel sustained small cuts and bruises to his arms, face and head. 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