Officer Ron Schultz charged with domestic violence
Former Ishpeming police officer sentenced
Incident occurred between 2005 and 2006
Posted: 10.05.2010 at 9:13 PM
Upper Michigan Source
ISHPEMING -- The former Ishpeming police officer charged with one count of misdemeanor domestic violence was sentenced Tuesday at Marquette County District Court in Ishpeming.
Ron Schultz, 37, plead guilty to the charge. The victim came forward in August.
After a full investigation by the Michigan State Police, Schultz was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence.
Tuesday, he was fined over $600 and will see no jail time unless he fails to pay the fines in a timely manner.
If the fines are not paid by October 15, Schultz will have to report to jail. He will have to spend one day for each $50 he owes.
According to officials, the incident occurred with a family member at the officer's home between 2005 and 2006.
Schultz resigned from the Ishpeming Police Department on Sunday.
Ishpeming officer sentenced for domestic violence
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Nicole Walton (2010-10-06)
MARQUETTE, MI (wnmu) - An Ishpeming Police officer who resigned on Sunday has been sentenced for domestic violence.
Ron Schultz, 37, pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor, which officials say happened at his home between 2005 and 2006. The family member came forward with the allegation in August.
The sentence requires Schultz to pay more than $600 in fines. He will not have to serve jail time unless he doesn't pay the fines by October 15.