Michigan man gets sentenced to 26 years in prison for shooting trooper

A Hancock County judge has sentenced a Michigan man to over two decades in prison for shooting a Findlay trooper during a traffic stop in the fall of 2021.

Trooper Josef Brobst

43-year-old Robert Hathorn will serve a minimum of 26 to a maximum of 31 years in prison for the six charges he was found guilty of during a trial in June. Some of the charges include felonious assault of a peace officer, aggravated robbery, and tampering with evidence.

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