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By ROGER MOON
Times-Mail Staff Writer and Columnist
ENGLISH - Shortly after 7 p.m. Tuesday, a Crawford County jury found Alva Sibbitt, former Paoli school superintendent, guilty of four criminal counts stemming from a traffic stop nearly two years ago.
Sibbitt was convicted of intimidation and resisting law enforcement, which are felonies; and resisting law enforcement and criminal recklessness, both misdemeanors.
Shortly after the verdict was announced, Sibbitt said he plans to appeal.
A full report, including details of the latest testimony, will appear in Thursday's edition of the News.