Wilson Arraigned in OVI case
Nichole Hannahs

Wilson Arraigned in OVI case

by Nichole Hannahs on September 22, 2014

A Perry County Judge enters a plea in a case involving drinking and driving and hit-skip. 

Court records for Franklin County Municipal Court, Monday, show Judge Dean Wilson plead not guilty to a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence and hti-skip on a public street. Both charges are misdemeanors.

Wilson’s attorney also filed a motion for driving privledges.

Columbus Police said Judge Wilson was in the Arena District in Columbus around 9:30 Sunday, August 31, when he hit the side of a Central Ohio Transit Authority bus then fled the scene.

Judge Wilson is known locally for presiding over a trial at New Lexington High School that educates students on the dangers of drinking and driving.