ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A man who branded a swastika onto a developmentally disabled man is going back to federal prison for violating his probation.
In 2010 William Hatch was part of a trio that lured Vincent Kee from a McDonalds in Farmington to an apartment where they used a wire hanger to brand him and shaved a swastika on the back of his head.
Hatch, Paul Beebe and Jesse Sanford were charged with federal hate crimes .
Hatch was on probation last month he was found slumped over the wheel of his car in the middle of the road. Police say he was drunk, and a state DWI charge is pending.
On Tuesday a judge order Hatch to serve three months in prison and an additional 21 months of supervised probation.
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