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Man in jail for bashing in driver’s window

Sandusky Register Staff • Aug 27, 2014 at 2:38 PM

Steve Moore, 37, started serving the sentence at the Huron County jail this week, after a judge allowed him to defer the start of it until after he finished up a semester of classes, according to court records.

Moore was charged with felonious assault by Huron County deputies after the March 28 incident, Chief Deputy Ted Patrick said.

Moore’s wife was at the McDonald’s drive through in New London that day, when she said a box truck passing through almost struck her vehicle, and the two drivers argued.

Moore then went home and told her husband of the incident, and the two went searching for the vehicle. They found it north of New London on Ohio 60 and maneuvered in front of the box truck to get the driver to stop.

Then Moore confronted him, pulled out a baseball bat and struck the side of the vehicle twice before smashing out a window and injuring the man inside.

Moore pleaded guilty to attempted felonious assault in October and was sentenced to 90 days in jail, three years community control, and granted work release while he served his sentence.

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