Man accused of beating up Saddle Rock mayor

Sasha Masri, 32, has been charged with assault

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Sasha Masri, 32, has been charged with assault and possession of a dangerous weapon and has been prohibited from having any contact with Mayor Dan Levy, police said. (Oct. 3, 2012) (Credit: NCPD)

A failed candidate for Saddle Rock trustee was freed from lockup Friday on charges he beat up the mayor after the village's monthly meeting.

Sasha S. Marsi, 32, is accused of punching the mayor, Dr. Dan Levy, in the head and body-slamming him into a bench as the two argued Wednesday evening over village politics.

An arraignment judge, Christopher Quinn of First District Court, set...

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