AVON LAKE, Ohio — An eighty two-yr-previous former bus driver was discovered responsible of slapping a person in August whereas dropping off Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Faculties college students.
Robert Schmidt pleaded no contest Wednesday and was discovered responsible of disorderly conduct in Avon Lake Municipal Courtroom, courtroom paperwork say.
A ten-day jail sentence was suspended upon no additional violations, data present. Schmidt was fined $one hundred.
The incident occurred Aug. 29 on Parkhurst Drive close to North Abbe Street.
A fifty seven-yr-previous man was getting his mail when he observed that a bus didn’t have its pink lights flashing as the driving force dropped off college students. He walked to the bus to talk with the driving force, later recognized by Schmidt.
Schmidt shouted obscenities on the man earlier than he reached out of the window and slapped him, police stated.
Two college students on the bus witnessed the alternation, faculty officers stated.
Schmidt was placed on paid depart whereas the matter was investigated, Superintendent Michael Prepare dinner stated. He later resigned from his place.
Schmidt’s lawyer, Noah Munyer, didn’t return a name in search of remark.
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