Teen sent to prison for 30 years for beating released after 2 years
WPTV
WPTV - "Court documents say the state failed to prove that Wheeler caused the victim 'great bodily harm, permanent disability, or permanent disfigurement.'"

via WPTV:

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- (WPTV) -- The Fourth District Court of Appeal has reversed the conviction of Andrew Wheeler in the 2014 beating of Aaron Hill.

In August of 2014 cell phone video went viral, showing Wheeler beating Aaron Hill at a house party. Wheeler received a 30 year prison term for the crime.

According to court documents, the prosecutor charged Wheeler with a first degree felony, which is usually applied to miscreant parents or caregivers, and the evidence at trial failed to support the crime as charged.

Wheeler was found guilty of aggravated child abuse. Court documents say the state failed to prove that Wheeler caused the victim "great bodily harm, permanent disability, or permanent disfigurement."

FULL STORY: Teen sent to prison for 30 years for beating released after 2 years - WPTV

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