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The Journal Gazette

Tuesday, October 08, 2019 1:00 am

Courts

3 years given for sex acts

MATTHEW LEBLANC | The Journal Gazette

A former sandwich shop manager was ordered Monday to spend three years behind bars for performing sex acts on a 15-year-old girl. 

Nathan McNeal, 35, managed a local Subway last year, and the girl was an employee, according to court documents. 

He pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct with a minor and was sentenced in Allen Superior Court to six years, with three suspended, for a total of three years in prison.

McNeal will spend three years on probation when the sentence is completed. 

New charge for attack on women

Prosecutors have filed a new charge against a Fort Wayne man accused of attacking two women last year and shooting them. 

Raymond O. Demby, 53, faces several felony charges including attempted murder, aggravated battery and domestic battery with a deadly weapon. Allen County prosecutors Sept. 27 added a sentencing enhancement punishable up to 20 years. 

Police say Demby broke into a home on Spatz Avenue last year and attacked his ex-girlfriend and her daughter. Demby has said he will rely on an insanity defense at trial, set for Nov. 13.

City lawyer's license suspended

The Indiana Supreme Court has suspended a Fort Wayne lawyer after failing to respond to a request from the high court in September.

Cody R. Williams already was under suspension for four other disciplinary cases, according to an order filed last week. 

Justices filed a “request for ruling and to tax costs” Sept. 4, and Williams “still has not cooperated,” the order states. Williams also was ordered to pay $513.60 for costs of the proceeding. 

mleblanc@jg.net