Man Who Pleaded Guilty Changed His Mind, Says He Will No Longer Please Guilty To Strangling and Attacking Woman

Crawford County PD

During his plea hearing, Gilbert Larson, a 50-year-old man from Pittsburgh, decided to change his plea from guilty to not guilty. He was facing charges of home invasion, robbery, and aggravated battery, reports KSNF

However, as per the woman identified as the victim, Larson declined to sign the agreement and informed the court that he had an alibi. Larson allegedly trespassed into the residence of an elderly woman in Pittsburgh in Jan. 2023.

According to the victim’s testimony, Larson allegedly strangled her unconscious twice and kicked and beat her several times. She stated in court that the man made several attempts to enter her home that day, using excuses like his brother’s funeral and

“losing his dog .”

When she finally decided to give him a bottle of water, she claimed he forcefully grabbed her arm and entered her house. 

During her court testimony, she revealed that she experienced a traumatic brain injury,

“a grade two concussion, and injuries to her back and hips.”

Larson is currently facing multiple charges including aggravated burglary. 

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