Two men charged in what police believe may have been racially motivated beatings of two Orem men were sentenced Friday in 4th District Court to terms in the Utah County Jail.
Travis B. Martin, 21, Orem, was sentenced by Judge George E. Ballif to 90 days in jail with work release on two counts of attempted aggravated assault, class A misdemeanors. He will be given credit for 30 days already served. He was also ordered to pay $1,250 in fines and fees and $260 in restitution.Lewis Ivie, 20, was sentenced to two consecutive six-month jail terms with work release on two counts of assault, class B misdemeanors. He was also ordered to pay $1,250 in fines and fees and $260 in restitution.
Martin and Ivie beat a Polynesian man last January in front of an Orem convenience store and later the same day beat a Hispanic man in front of his Orem home.