WYCKOFF, N.J. -- A Wyckoff man who was part of a conspiracy to lure and beat another man with a baseball bat was sentenced to time served for his second violation of a restraining order since his conviction.
Daniel Chaupiz, 23, was paroled June 17 after spending 15 months of a six-year sentence in state prison for his role in a baseball-bat bashing of his then-girlfriend’s ex during a robbery.
He was out of prison for barely a month when he approached another former girlfriend in a bar, his second violation of a no-contact order involving the same woman.
Chaupiz pleaded guilty to the charge about six weeks ago.
He also pleaded guilty a year ago to leading Wyckoff and Ridgewood police on a dangerous chase.
Superior Court Judge Frances A. McGrogan accepted the agreed-to sentence of 61 days of time served on Oct. 9.
But she told Chaupiz: “You’re 23 years old and already you have a significant criminal history.”
She warned him not to get into trouble again or he could face serious consequences.
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