FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) — A judge sentenced Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry Thursday afternoon to his OWI case that led to a car accident in October.
The judge accepted the parameters set out in the plea agreement, which sought a refund of $3,166 from Mayor Henry.
Mayor Henry also had to pay a $25 fine and nearly $800 in court and filing fees.
The sentencing was originally scheduled for November 7 but was pushed back to Thursday after a request.
The plea deal also required Mayor Henry not to drink for 365 days and to submit to random alcohol or drug tests.
Mayor Henry was jailed on October 9 after an accident along Old Mill Road in which police said the 70-year-old was driving to the left of center and hit another car.
A chemical test showed Mayor Henry’s BAC to be 0.152%, according to a probable cause affidavit, and he was arrested on two misdemeanor charges of operating while intoxicated.
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