Jeff Overton enters guilty plea on disordely conduct charges

In mid-December of last year, you may recall reading that Jeff Overton had been arrested for disorderly conduct in Bloomington, Indiana.

On December 21st, Overton entered a guilty plea to the court on those disorderly conduct charges.

The police report said officers witnessed Overton yelling from his limousine at a group of people as his limo was blocking traffic flow in front of a local establishment on Walnut street -- Kilroy's Sports Bar.

The driver of the limo said they were outside waiting on others to emerge from the sports bar when police instructed him he could not block the flow of traffic.

Later in the evening, the limousine was pulled over after reports of Oveton yelling at several people.Reports say that Overton refused to corporate with police after being asked to present his identification.

The preceding judge of the case Judge Teresa D. Harper ordered Overton to 30 hours of community service and to pay the $165 in court administrative costs.

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