The Northwestern paraprofessional aide who was accused of three misdemeanors stemming from a domestic violence call in March was found not guilty of the charges last week. 41 year old Robert Rininger was arrested March 1st after the Wayne County Sheriff’s responded to the call at a home in West Salem. Rininger’s then girlfriend made the call saying he assaulted her during an argument, but the jury found him not guilty during his trial last week.
Northwestern school employee found not guilty on charges stemming from domestic violence call in March
Oct 16, 2020