INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – A man who attacked two women had his appeal turned down.
According to 24-Hour News 8’s news partners at The Herald Bulletin, Ronald Buttermore, 42, was arrested for attacking two women in separate altercation and held one of the women against her will for five days had his probation revocation upheld by the Indiana Court of Appeals.
Buttermore plead guilty to a September 27, 2011 incident were he strangled a woman, while her daughter witnessed the attack.
Just seven months later Buttermore beat an Anderson woman and held her captive for five days.
Buttermore was sentenced to 11 years with five years executed and six years suspended to probation. His plea deal included no contact with either of the victim.
Within one day after his sentencing the Anderson woman received a text message from Buttermore. Followed by at least 15 phone calls.
Probation violations were filed in each case.