Chiropractor accused of inappropriate touching at football game sentenced – East Idaho News

8September 2020

Aaron M. Nelson|Image: AmeriHealth IDAHO FALLS– An Idaho Falls chiropractic practitioner implicated by 3 teenage ladies of inappropriately touching them at a football game has been put on probation for misdemeanor disturbing the peace. Magistrate Judge Kent Gauchay put 43-year-old Aaron M. Nelson, on two years of monitored probation Friday. The sentence came after a plea arrangement with Idaho Falls city district attorneys that was reached throughout court-ordered mediation. As part of the plea, Nelson accepted plead guilty to disturbing the peace. Gauchay suspended 330 days of prison time, according to court records. RELATED|Chiropractor implicated of inappropriate touching at football

game reaches plea deal Nelson was originally charged with three misdemeanor counts of battery and was summoned to appear

in court following the Sept. 27, 2019, Emotion Bowl, a competition football video game played in between Skyline and Idaho Falls high schools. While there, the three ladies told police Nelson inappropriately touched them. About eight months later, as the very first case was going through the court system, Nelson was mentioned for misdemeanor driving under the impact. Private investigators say Nelson crashed his Dodge Ram pickup into a wall along South Woodruff Avenue and Sunnybrook Lane. Detectives reported Nelson had glassy eyes and chose to perform a field sobriety test, according to an affidavit of possible cause. ASSOCIATED|Chiropractic doctor charged after allegedly touching teenage ladies at Emotion Bowl football video game Nelson supposedly told authorities he took Seroquel, a medication utilized to treat mood conditions. He likewise stated he had a drink of alcohol a few hours prior to. After struggling to complete the field sobriety test, Nelson was cited for the DUI. An investigation figured out Nelson to be under the legal limit and he pleaded guilty to

misdemeanor careless driving. As an outcome of the conviction, Nelson's drivers license is suspended for 30 days. RELATED|Chiropractic specialist's defense: women granted touching at football video game because they remained in a crowded location Nelson will likewise need to pay$1,200 in fines.Source:

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