XENIA, Ohio (WDTN) - A judge in Xenia Municipal Court has ruled a Trooper will be able to drive while on duty despite having his driving license suspended following a serious crash with a motorcycle.
2 NEWS Investigates has learned Trooper Jacob Daymon will be allowed to drive for work but otherwise his license will remain suspended until April 25.
At his sentencing, the judge called Daymon's actions "reckless" the night he crashed his cruiser into the back of the motorcycle belonging to Corey and Amy Waldman. Judge Murry suspended Daymon's license for six months.
Daymon's attorney filed paperwork with the court asking for the suspension to be lifted for work purposes.
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The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory until Saturday at 7 p.m.
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Kettering police named their newest officer Thursday in a special ceremony.