Man shot by Youngstown cop gets probation
YOUNGSTOWN — The man shot by a city police officer and later charged with obstructing official business and driving under the influence of alcohol in the summer will spend the next year on probation.
Cory Timmings, 18, of Austintown, appeared today before Judge Elizabeth Kobly of Youngstown Municipal Court for sentencing on the two misdemeanor charges. Timmings appeared in court accompanied by his attorney Scott Cochran.
Judge Kobly placed Timmings on probation for one year, suspended his license for three months and fined him $250. Timmings also was ordered to spend three days in an Operating a Vehicle Impaired school.
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