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Reno Man Found Guilty in Beating Case

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The Washoe County District Attorney’s Office says a Reno man was found guilty of beating a homeless shelter employee and breaking the victim’s jaw.

36-year-old Christopher Woodstone was found guilty last Thursday of Battery Causing Substantial Bodily Harm after a two day trial in Washoe County District Court. 

Woodstone was arrested on December 28, 2016 by the Reno Police Department after an investigation at the Community Assistance Center’s Record Street family shelter. 

Woodstone was asked to leave the family shelter after staff received disturbance complaints about him. When a male staff member told Woodstone to leave, authorities say he punched the victim in the face which resulted in a broken jaw. 

Woodstone fled and a police report was filed. 

Woodstone returned to the shelter a week later and RPD was notified. 

RPD patrol officers contacted Woodstone and he was arrested on an unrelated warrant and the battery.

Sentencing is set for September. 

(Washoe County District Attorney's Office contributed to this report.)

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