Martin Sentenced to Time in Prison

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A Columbus man was sentenced to time in prison in connection to a pursuit down Maple Avenue.

Chojah Martin was sentenced by Judge Mark Fleegle to 36 months in prison and was fined $375. He also will have his driver’s license suspended for three years and will have to pay $826 in restitution.

In October Martin plead guilty to failure to comply, receiving stolen property, OVI and theft.

Martin was charged after Zanesville Police tried to initiate a traffic stop on Maple Avenue, but the vehicle failed to stop and a pursuit was initiated. It ended with Martin crashing into another vehicle after police said Martin’s vehicle jumped a curb near the Panda Express

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