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Friday, December 14, 2007

[OH] Trooper Inskeep plea deals his dv charges away

...Gina Inskeep told police that her husband hit her and threatened to kill her and their daughter... As part of the agreement, Inskeep, who has been a trooper with the Wilmington Patrol Post for more than nine years, has to be transferred to another post away from the “immediate central Ohio locality”...

Previous entries: Trooper pleads guilty to disorderly conduct
The Columbus Dispach
December 12, 2007
A state trooper reached an agreement with prosecutors in court today, and pleaded guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. In exchange for his plea, prosecutors dropped a domestic violence charge against Scott Inskeep, 32. Inskeep, a trooper with the Wilmington patrol post for 9 years, was arrested Nov. 13 after his wife ran to a neighbor’s home for help. Gina Inskeep told police that her husband hit her and threatened to kill her and their daughter... Washington Court House Municipal Court Judge Victor D. Pontious Jr. accepted Inskeep’s guilty plea and suspended a 30-day jail sentence. Pontious also fined Inskeep $250 plus costs, and put him on probation for five years. Inskeep is on unpaid leave from his trooper’s job, and an internal investigation is underway, said patrol spokesman Lt. Tony Bradshaw

Trooper pleads; gets probation
Record Herald, OH
By RYAN CARTER
Dec 13, 2007
...“I’d like to apologize for acting in a disorderly manner that night,” said Scott Inskeep during his sentencing hearing on Wednesday. He also apologized for any injuries that Gina may have suffered. Scott, who had was held without bond in the Fayette County Jail for about 30 days, was released from the jail on Wednesday. As part of the agreement, Inskeep, who has been a trooper with the Wilmington Patrol Post for more than nine years, has to be transferred to another post away from the “immediate central Ohio locality,” according to [Municipal Court Judge Victor] Pontious...

2 comments:

  1. AnonymousJuly 11, 2016

    Hes the juvenile probation officer for the county now and Juvenile court claims he was exonerated that his wife recanted everything.

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    1. AnonymousJuly 17, 2016

      If she recanted everything they must have had other evidence because he was put on probation for five years, fined, made a plea deal and issued a public apology for hurting her.

      State trooper gets probation, fine
      December 17, 2007
      ...accepted Inskeep's guilty plea to disorderly conduct, a fourth-degree misdemeanor, and suspended a 30-day jail sentence. Pontious also fined Inskeep $250 plus court costs and put him on probation for five years. Inskeep is on unpaid leave from his trooper's job, and an internal investigation is under way...
      http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2007/12/14/INSKEEP.ART_ART_12-14-07_B6_JO8P9L0.html

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