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Dayton Daily News
News article from our archives at DaytonDailyNews.com/archives
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"BYLINE:
Rob
Modic DAYTON
DAILY NEWS
" DATE: March 3,

1998

" PUBLICATION:
Dayton Daily News
(OH)
• EDITION: CITY

" SECTION:
METRO
TODAY
• PAGE: 2B

• MEMO: * CONTACT Rob Modic at
225-2282 or e-rnail him at
rob _rnodic@coxohio.com

Ajudge released Morris Lynn Gulett from the Montgomery County Jail on Monday, crediting him for
the year he spent awaiting trial and sentencing in a March 2, 1997, clash with a Dayton police officer.
Gulett, 42, a member ofthe white supremacist Aryan Nations, had been facing two counts offelonious
assault on a police officer, each charge carrying as much as 10 years in prison. One charge arose after
Dayton police tried to stop Gulett for driving the wrong way on Monument Avenue, then chased him
to Beavercreek, where he crashed his van. The second charge was drawn from an incident with a
MetroParks ranger the previous day.
Gulett's lawyer, Charles Smiley Jr., delivered a plea bargain Gulett could not turn down. Gulett
pleaded guilty Jan. 26 to a new, reduced charge of aggravated assault on a police officer and reduced
his exposure to prison to a maximum of five years.
Assistant county prosecutor Sheila Lafferty declined comment.
At his sentencing, Gulett told Judge David A. Gowdown, 'I realize this was a very stupid thing to do
and I will always be grateful no one was hurt, particularly any police officer.'
Gowdown handed down his sentence and told Gulett, 'I hope I don't see you back here.'
Copyright, 1998, Cox Ohio Publishing. All rights reserved .
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PHOTO: Morris Gulett

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