VANDALIA, Ohio (WDTN) - Hours after Vandalia City Manager Robert Anderson was arraigned Monday morning following his arrest on suspicion of OVI, the Vandalia city council met to address the issue.
The council released this statement from their meeting:
"The Vandalia city council met in executive session on Monday evening for the purpose of conducting an evaluation of the City Manager's job performance," . This is an ongoing process. No decisions have been made at this time. The meeting was adjourned until Thursday, Aug. 22 at 7:30 p.m."
Anderson was stopped by Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers on North Dixie Drive near Maxton Road Friday night.
Through his attorney, Andrew Pratt, Anderson submitted a written plea of not guilty via paperwork.
In a separate written statement from the city of Vandalia, Anderson said he "intends to take full responsibility for this action, which he acknowledges to be a very serious matter. He extends his apologizes to the people of Vandalia, the Vandalia City Council and the employees of the city of Vandalia."
Vandalia communication manager Rich Hopkins said he does not expect any further comment before the scheduled Thursday meeting.
A Darke County judge will hear the case after Judge Cynthia Heck removed herself due to a conflict of interest.
No court date has been set.
Anderson has been city manager since December 2010.
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