Kimple gets slap on the hand for rape and other crimes !
Posted in the Sidney Forum
#1 Jun 9, 2012
Kimpel gets probation only
Could eventually return to law enforcement..........
Former Shelby County Sheriff Dean Kimpel escaped prison time Friday when Judge Robert Lindeman sentenced him to two years probation on a felony charge involving unauthorized use of a computer or telecommunications device. Also Friday, a charge of sexual battery against him in Auglaize County was dismissed.
Certain restrictions requested by the prosecution were not imposed by Lindeman, which may allow Kimpel to eventually return to law enforcement and for the record of his case to be expunged.
..........Theirs no justice in Shelby County !
#2 Jun 10, 2012
This was reported to the Bellefontaine Examiner and say's he will not be allowed to return to law enforcement. I think he should also repay all money that was used to defend him and any and all that he was paid while this was all pending court action, He is obviously guilty of something if he took a plea deal.
SHELBY COUNTY — Authorities said former Shelby County Sheriff Dean Kimpel will avoid prison as long as he does not violate his probation, whiotv.com reported.
Kimpel was sentenced Friday morning by Judge Robert Lindeman, a visiting judge from Miami County Common Pleas Court.
Lindeman sentenced Kimpel to serve two years of probation and ordered him to pay a $1,000 fine, plus court costs.
If he violates probation, Kimpel could go to prison for up to nine months. The maximum sentence would have been 12 months.
The sentencing comes after Kimpel pleaded guilty in April to misusing a law enforcement computer.
The guilty plea was part of a deal in which four other counts of misusing a law enforcement computer were dismissed and a sexual battery charge out of Auglaize County was also dismissed.
As part of the conditions of his probation, Kimpel is not allowed to have any contact with former deputy Jodi Van Fossen, whom he was accused of assaulting in July 2010.
When given the opportunity to speak, Kimpel told the judge he had nothing to say.
As of 10 a.m., Kimpel tendered his resignation as the sheriff of Shelby County.
As part of the plea deal, Kimpel cannot work in law enforcement for the rest of his life.
Last Updated on Saturday, 09 June 2012 08:39
#3 Jun 10, 2012
Read the Sidney Daily News, it states he can return to law enforcement......
#5 Mar 30, 2017
And he doesn't have a court record in Shelby county,
#6 Mar 31, 2017
I just found his conviction for unauthorized use on the site. You didnt look hard enough rookie.
#8 May 12, 2017
Conviction is about to be over turned and he will sue numerous County Officials!
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