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Hearing set in Breck assault

BRECKENRIDGE – The Fifth Judicial District Attorney’s office filed charges Friday of first degree assault against three men accused of beating a man last week on Breckenridge’s Main Street.

Assistant District Attorney Mark Hurlbert filed the Class 3 felony charges Friday against Breckenridge residents Brandon David Robbins, 21; Michael Scott Dietert, 21; and Brian Stockdale, 20. The charge carries a possible sentence of 10 to 32 years.

Robbins and Stockdale are scheduled to appear in Summit County Court for a preliminary hearing at 11 a.m. Nov. 26. Hurlbert said a hBRECKENRIDGE – The Fifth Judicial District Attorney’s office filed charges Friday of first degree assault against three men accused of beating a man last week on Breckenridge’s Main Street.



Assistant District Attorney Mark Hurlbert filed the Class 3 felony charges Friday against Breckenridge residents Brandon David Robbins, 21; Michael Scott Dietert, 21; and Brian Stockdale, 20. The charge carries a possible sentence of 10 to 32 years.

Robbins and Stockdale are scheduled to appear in Summit County Court for a preliminary hearing at 11 a.m. Nov. 26. Hurlbert said a hearing for Dietert will be scheduled soon.



Robbins left the Summit County Jail Monday on a $50,000 bond. Stockdale and Dietert remain in custody.

The three men are accused of assaulting Cody Wieland, 36, early in the morning Nov. 1. According to a witness, the altercation began in a bar in the 200 block of South Main Street, and fighting began after employees told the men leave the establishment. The men allegedly kicked and beat Wieland with a military-style helmet. Breckenridge police are still looking for the helmet.

Wieland required surgery for internal injuries and remains in critical condition in the intensive care unit at St. Anthony’s Central Hospital. Family members have expressed concern that Wieland might not live.

If Wieland dies, Hurlbert said the charges could be amended.

“I don’t know to what (they would be amended), but we could do that,” he said.earing for Dietert will be scheduled soon.

Robbins left the Summit County Jail Monday on a $50,000 bond. Stockdale and Dietert remain in custody.

The three men are accused of assaulting Cody Wieland, 36, early in the morning Nov. 1. According to a witness, the altercation began in a bar in the 200 block of South Main Street, and fighting began after employees told the men leave the establishment. The men allegedly kicked and beat Wieland with a military-style helmet. Breckenridge police are still looking for the helmet.

Wieland required surgery for internal injuries and remains in critical condition in the intensive care unit at St. Anthony’s Central Hospital. Family members have expressed concern that Wieland might not live.

If Wieland dies, Hurlbert said the charges could be amended.

“I don’t know to what (they would be amended), but we could do that,” he said.


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