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Former Boardman cop guilty of reduced charge

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BROOKFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A former Boardman police officer, originally charged with impersonating a police officer, has been convicted of a less serious charge.

42-year-old Stephen Kendall entered a plea of no contest to disorderly conduct during a hearing Thursday in Trumbull County Eastern District Court.

Kendall was found guilty. In addition to being placed on probation for six months, Kendall was fined $150.

Authorities filed the original charge after they pulled Kendall over for a traffic violation in Vienna Township in September, and he presented himself as a police officer.

Kendall resigned from the Boardman Police Department in 2007 after he was convicted of having sex with a 17-year-old girl.

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