Fleeing police yields jail term

August 29, 2014


By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor.

HART — A 26-year-old Mears man will spend the next six months in jail following a May 12 conviction of fleeing a police officer.

Jacob Allen Wilson, of 5215 W. Fox Rd., was sentenced Wednesday in 27th Circuit Court to one year in jail with credit for 11 days served; sentence to be served at the court’s discretion with six months forthwith; may request work release after serving 30 days; 18 months probation; $198 in fines and costs; no alcohol or controlled substances and must submit to testing; must use prescription drugs only as prescribed; must complete treatment programs as directed by probation agent; must waive confidentiality and allow disclosure of information to probation agent; must obey all court orders; may not engage in any assaultive behavior; may not use any object as a weapon; must comply with all orders of probation agent; must allow probation agent into his residence for supervision purposes; must submit to searches of his person, place or auto; must report any police contact, loss of employment or change of residence within 24 hours; must seek and maintain legitimate employment; and must pay the cost of any treatment program. One count of unlawful use of a motor vehicle and one count of third-offense operating under the influence of liquor (OUIL) were dismissed.



Area Churches

Subscribe to OCP via email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 12,807 other subscribers