Warren man convicted of seventh OVI offense
WARREN — A Warren man was given a six-month prison term after he pleaded guilty to his seventh operating a vehicle under the influence conviction.
Daniel E. Stout, 63, of Belmont Street NE, pleaded guilty to one felony OVI charge. Common Pleas Judge W. Wyatt McKay followed the terms of a plea agreement and dismissed the second OVI charge. McKay, in addition to the prison term, fined Stout $1,350 and suspended his driver’s license for three years. Stout’s ownership of a 2001 Ford also was forfeited, the judge said.
Stout was arrested Jan. 25, 2020, by Hubbard city police, and prosecutors said he had six other OVI misdemeanor convictions on his record.