A Mentor woman who admitted to assaulting her estranged husband was sentenced to six months in jail Monday morning in .
However, Jennifer Krejci, 47, will not have serve her jail sentence until January. In the meantime, Judge John Trebets ordered her to undergo drug treatment and aftercare.
Trebets also fined her $500 and ordered her to stay away from drugs and alcohol.
Shortly before midnight on June 29, Krejci got a call from a family member who told her that her estranged husband was riding toward the 306 Lounge with another woman on the back of his motorcycle, Mentor Police Lt. Ken Zbiegien said at the time of her arrest..
She got in her Ford Mustang and drove until she spotted the man sitting on his motorcycle in the bar's parking lot.
A witness told police that Krejci drove over the sidewalk, narrowly missed hitting another car and crashed into the side of his bike, Zbiegien said.
The collision knocked her husband onto the ground and caused the bike to topple onto his leg.
The falling bike also struck the 35-year-old woman who was standing nearby.
Krejci then got out of her car and cussed at her estranged husband as she repeatedly stomped on his head, Zbiegien said.
She then drove away as witnesses called the police.
Her husband had injuries to his right leg and head but he refused to go to the hospital. Instead, paramedics from the Mentor Fire Department gave him medical treatment right there.
Mentor Police went to Jennifer Krejci's home where she admitted to striking his bike with her car, Zbiegien said.
The drug possession charge stems from the police finding bath salts on Krejci when they arrested her, Zbiegien added.