The man who was charged for the hit-skip crash that injured two bicyclists in August was sentenced by Logan County Common Pleas Court Judge Mark O'Connor Monday afternoon.
Nathan Gregg, 33, of 7666 State Route 47 East, Bellefontaine, was sentenced to 30 days in the Logan County Jail, two years community control, a one-year driver's license suspension, and ordered to pay a $500 fine and court costs.
He will start serving his sentence Friday.
In October, Gregg pleaded no contest and was found guilty of two counts of negligent assault and one count of failure to stop after an accident.
On August 7th, the Logan County Sheriff's Office reports that Gregg was driving a 2011 Toyota car westbound on State Route 47 near Benjamin Logan Schools when he struck Steve Stout, 61, and Penny Stout, 58, both of 5452 County Road 26, Bellefontaine, around 10:45 a.m. Gregg then fled the scene.
The Stouts, who were riding westbound, suffered incapacitating injuries.
Mr. Stout was transported to Mary Rutan Hospital by Bokescreek EMS.
Mrs. Stout was transported to Mary Rutan Hospital by Rushcreek EMS.
They were treated and released several hours after the crash.
Gregg went to the sheriff's office around four o'clock that afternoon and told deputies that he was involved in a crash earlier in the day.
Gregg was then charged with two felony counts of aggravated vehicular assault. He was lodged in the Logan County Jail.
He declined to provide further details about the accident.
Authorities determined that Gregg was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs. He also was not texting.
Mr. and Mrs. Stout appeared at the sentencing and asked for leniency. They said Gregg apologized for the crash. The victims asked the judge to waive any jail time.
Prosecutors recommended a 60-day jail sentence and probation.