Burley duo charged with aggravated battery, use of a baseball bat

Images from the Mini-Cassia Justice Center. Left, Kali Langer, and Logan Urrizaga.

BURLEY, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) - A Burley man and woman being charged with aggravated battery with the use of a baseball bat have their preliminary hearing scheduled for Friday in Burley.

Logan John Urrizaga, 23, and Kali J. Langer, 20, of Burley are being charged with felony aggravated battery, with an enhancement with a deadly weapon, after Urrizaga allegedly hitting another person in the head with a baseball bat on Sept. 1.

According to court documents, Langer called the victim over to her house between 3 and 4 a.m. on Sept. 1. When he arrived, he walked into the hall where he was allegedly met by Urrizaga who swung a baseball bat at his head. The victim was able to move a little, but the bat struck him on the forehead. He fell and was attempted to protect himself with his legs, court documents said.

Langer allegedly told Urrizaga to stop and when Urrizaga’s attention was diverted the victim ran toward the front door, court documents said. The victim told police he went home where he passed out. When he awoke, he saw blood and a large cut on his head so he went to the hospital for treatment and where he spoke with police.

Later that day, police went to the house were the incident allegedly occurred. Police said Urrizaga answered and shut the door, and when questioned about the interaction with the victim said he didn’t know what the detective was talking about, court documents said.

The detective noticed blood on the doorway and on the sidewalk and Urrizaga said he’d had a bloody nose a while ago.

Police arrested Urrizaga and Langer, who was also at the house.

Urrizaga’s bond was set at $100,000, which was posted on Sept. 2. Langer’s posted $75,000 bond and was released on Sept. 6.

Their preliminary hearing is set for 9 a.m. Friday before Judge Blaine Cannon at the Cassia County Courthouse.

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