FARMINGTON — A Utah State Prison sentence was suspended Tuesday for a man who pleaded guilty in March to aggravated assault.
Joshua Carl Henry, 38, of Salt Lake City, was instead given a sentence of three years’ probation and was given credit for the 188 days he has served in jail since his arrest. He also must pay a $990 fine.
On Sept. 1. Henry was accused of shooting a man at a West Point party. A bullet grazed the victim’s face and penetrated his chest, according to court documents.
He pleaded guilty in March to one count of second-degree felony forgery and a third-degree count of aggravated assault.
He was originally charged with first-degree felony attempted murder, third-degree felony sale or transfer of a firearm to a restricted person, and a class A misdemeanor charge of giving false information to a police officer.