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On May 2, 2024, a jury convicted Christopher Brisco of three misdemeanors, including dissuading a witness from reporting a crime, battery, and elder abuse.

In July of 2023, Brisco became angry at his 76-year-old mother after she asked him for a power cord to charge her phone and began screaming at her. When she tried to leave, he grabbed her wrist, pulled her away from the door, and threw her against the wall. When she tried to leave again, Brisco grabbed her wrist a second time, pulled her away from the door, then pushed her into a chair. When the victim said she was going to call 911, Brisco told her that if she did so, “it’ll be the last thing you do.” The victim was in extreme fear and locked herself in the bathroom to call police. Brisco fled the home before law enforcement arrived. When contacted later, he admitted to his conduct and said he was upset about being evicted by his mother.

The trial was presided over by the Honorable Judge Jamie Pesce. Brisco will be sentenced on June 21 in Department 7 of the El Dorado County Superior Court.

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