Man pleads guilty to terrorizing Milton family with gun
JANESVILLE -- A Janesville man who terrorized his ex-girlfriend and her children in their Milton home last March pleaded guilty to charges in Rock County Court on Wednesday.
As part of a plea agreement, Cesar Flores Hernandez, 30, of 2405 Woodlane Drive No. 3, Janesville, pleaded guilty to endangering safety by use of a firearm and battery, both as acts of domestic abuse, and causing bodily harm to a child with the probability of causing great bodily harm.
Dismissed but read into the record for sentencing were a charge of second-degree recklessly endangering safety as domestic abuse, four more counts of second-degree recklessly endangering safety, two more counts of causing bodily harm with the probability of causing great bodily harm and four counts of endangering safety by reckless use of a firearm.
Flores Hernandez entered the family's home the night of March 6, firing into a bedroom wall twice and threatening to kill everyone, according to the criminal complaint.
He also pressed the handgun to the faces of two of the four children and their mother, according to the complaint.
Judge Michael Haakenson found Flores Hernandez guilty, ordered a presentence investigation and set sentencing for Nov. 28.