A Portsmouth teen will now be going to jail for five to ten years for assaulting Portsmouth Police officer Wayne Boucher, leaving him with career ending injuries. 19 year old Isaiah Mayo pleaded guilty to a felony count of second degree assault, a felony of receiving stolen property, and a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest. Mayo was found behind the wheel of a stolen pickup truck by Boucher, who ordered him out of the truck. At that point, Mayo hit the officer in the eye, breaking facial bones and damaging the optic nerve in his right eye, which has cause irreversible sight loss. Before being sentenced, Mayo apologized to Boucher saying that it was not his intention to hurt anyone. The judge in the case also imposed a suspended two to four year state prison sentence on the receiving stolen property charge, and also a 12 month concurrent sentence for resisting arrest.