Man pleads guilty to charges in chase, crash into local car lot – WYTV

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AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – The man accused of stealing a relative’s car, leading police on a chase and later crashing into a Niles car dealership pleaded guilty to charges in his case on Monday.

Corey Heinselman pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of unauthorized use of a vehicle — amended from a theft charge, failure to comply and OVI. Charges of resisting arrest and hit-skip were dismissed.

He was sentenced to fines and 12 months of probation, along with a one-year license suspension. He was also ordered to make restitution of $500 to the victim, according to court records.

Police arrested Heinselman on March 27 after he crashed a stolen Porsche into several vehicles at a used car lot in Niles, damaging six cars there. Authorities said the SUV had been stolen from his relative’s home in Canfield Township.

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