Two Sentenced To Prison In Fulton County For Operating Vehicles While Intoxicated

Two Individuals were sentenced on April 11, 2018, in the Fulton County Common Pleas Court according to county prosecutor Scott A. Haselman.

Joseph Bensch, 37, of Toledo, Ohio, previously pleaded guilty to Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated. On November 12, 2017, he operated a vehicle while under the Influence of alcohol. Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Mr. Bensch to 12 months In prison, and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, pay a $1,350 fine, complete an alcohol treatment program, and suspended his driver’s license for 3 years.

Jerry Stevens, 60, 300 E. Holland St., Apt. 13, Archbold, previously pleaded guilty to Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated. On September 16, 2017, he operated a vehicle while under the Influence of alcohol. Judge Jeffrey L. Robinson sentenced Mr. Stevens to 24 months in prison, and ordered him to pay prosecution costs, pay a $1,350 fine, complete an alcohol treatment program, suspended his driver’s license for life, and forfeit his vehicle to the State of Ohio.


 

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