PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A young man accused of attacking his girlfriend with a hammer has been released from a juvenile detention center.

According to our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, a judge has allowed Robertino DeAngelis to return to his parents’ home in Mount Lebanon.

However, he has to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet and get psychiatric evaluations.

DeAngelis allegedly attacked Sarah DeIuliis four years ago.

Her parents’ begged the judge not to release DeAngelis because his parents’ house is only two miles from their home.

The judge ordered a monitoring box be placed in their house to alert them if DeAngelis were to leave.

The judge also ordered the DeAngelis family to create a plan for him to stay elsewhere when Sarah DeIuliis returns from college for weekends or holidays.


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