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Niles councilman, unopposed for re-election, sentenced for OVI



Published: Sat, October 19, 2013 @ 3:20 a.m.

NILES

Niles Councilman Edward S. McCormick, 59, of Elm Court, pleaded no contest Friday to operating a motor vehicle impaired and was found guilty in Niles Municipal Court.

McCormick, a Democrat, was charged after an Aug. 24 traffic crash on Pratt Street in which he struck a pickup truck.

Judge Thomas Townley ordered him to pay a $400 fine and court costs. His license was suspended for 180 days with driving privileges for work, medical appointments, school and church, and he was ordered to attend a three-day driving intervention program.

He was not ordered to serve any jail time, according to a court clerk.

His blood-alcohol level was tested at 0.228 by Niles police the day of the accident.

McCormick, a councilman since 2007, is on the November ballot for re-election to council and has no opponent.


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