A New Castle man was cleared of charges that he drove a car into a group of people at a Slippery Rock Township apartment complex in 2019.
Judge Timothy McCune sentenced Joshua Klein, 25, Thursday to six months of probation with the first six days on house arrest, 40 hours of community service and $400 in fines for driving under the influence and resisting arrest. Klein pleaded guilty to the charges on Sept. 8 in a plea deal where his more serious charges related to driving into a crowd were dropped.
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