Domestic Violence Case Against Former Findlay Acting Police Chief Dropped

02/20/18 – 5:03 P.M.

The domestic violence case against a former acting Findlay police chief has been dropped. The Courier reports the offense against 46-year-old Sean Young was dropped after he completed a diversion program. This included a 6-month Batters’ Intervention Program and 70 hours of community service at the Salvation Army.

Young pleaded guilty to domestic violence charges in June of 2017. If he had failed to complete the program he could have faced up to six months in jail and fined up to $1000.

The charges stemmed from an incident in February where he threw a camera at his wife.