Sentence stayed pending appeal: Dustin Diamond’s jail time on hold for now

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Dustin Diamond

OZAUKEE COUNTY — An Ozaukee County judge stayed Dustin Diamond’s 120-day sentence pending an appeal on Thursday, July 2nd. This, for a stabbing that occurred in a Port Washington bar on Christmas night 2014.

An Ozaukee County jury found Diamond guilty Friday, May 29th of two misdemeanor charges: disorderly conduct and disorderly conduct while armed. But it found him not guilty of one felony charge.

Diamond and his fiancee, Amanda Schutz, were involved in an altercation inside the Grand Avenue Saloon in Port Washington, during which another man suffered a stab wound. Schutz received a $500 fine for her involvement in the incident. She was found guilty of one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct.

Diamond is set to be back in court on August 27th.

1 Comment

  • NO Trolley.

    Good! The fact he got 4 months for 2 misdemeanors is extreme. He could commit arned robbery numerous times in Milwaukee and get probation.

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