Woman Convicted Of Attacking Mother

This is the third time Chassidey Hahn has been convicted of domestic violence, according to Mentor Police

A Mentor woman was convicted of her third count of domestic violence after she was accused of attacking her mother in September.

Chassidey Hahn, 41, pleaded no contest to her latest domestic violence charge and was found guilty in Mentor Municipal Court.

A "no contest" plea is one where the defendant neither admits nor disputes a charge.

Hahn is scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 26 and could face as much as six months in jail.

In the interim, Judge John Trebets ordered Hahn to stay away from drugs and alcohol and seek counseling.

Hahn was arrested after fighting with her 59-year-old mother and her friend on Sept. 9. Hahn had been watching a football game and drinking when she suddenly charged at her mother and began hitting her in the face, according to what witnesses told police.

A friend of Hahn's mother -- a 53-year-old woman -- tried to intercede and Hahn hit her too, Mentor Police Lt. Ken Zbiegien said at the time Hahn was arrested.

Ultimately, the friend's husband was able to restrain Hahn until Mentor Police arrived at the home to arrest her.

Hahn was also charged with assault but that charge was later dropped.

Hahn has been convicted of domestic violence twice before, Zbiegien said, once in Mentor Municipal Court in 2010.

Karl Hubrath October 08, 2012 at 02:33 PM
Let me please say this, you have a drinking problem. To attack your own mother when you get drunk? I hope that you get the help that you need. If I were the judge I would make you go to no less than 7 AA meetings a week, especially on Friday, Saturday and Sundays. God bless.


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