A former school teacher who was charged after spraying sheriff's deputies with breast milk learned on Monday that she will not spend any time in jail.
Stephanie Robinette was ordered by a judge to pay a $200 fine and was sentenced to two years of probation, 10TV's Andy Hirsch reported.
Robinette's attorney said that she is getting treatment for an alcohol problem. He argued that the embarrassment she had suffered was the worst punishment for her crime.
Her husband was also in court and told the judge he did not think drinking was her only problem. He asked that the judge keep a stay away order in place, saying that it has helped keep the peace.
The judge, David M. Gormley, lifted the order so the couple could resolve their marital issues in court, Hirsch reported.
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Gormley ordered Robinette to undergo anger management classes. He said that he hoped to never see her in his courtroom again.
Robinette was arrested on June 25 outside the Bridgewater Banquet & Conference Center, near Powell.
Deputies said that she allegedly struck her husband twice with a closed fist before locking herself in their car in the parking lot. Deputies who arrived at the scene said Robinette was yelling profanities and refused to get out of the car, with the door open.
"Then she took out one of her breasts and literally started pumping her breast to spray the milk on officers," said Sheriff Walter Davis II.
Cameras located in the cruiser showed Robinette refusing to get out of her car. After in the cruiser she tried to kick her way out.
Deputies warned her she would have to pay for any damages and she replied with an expletive.
Deputies also warned Robinette that the cameras were watching.
"Record it all! Record it all," Robinette said.
She was eventually arrested and taken into custody.
Robinette was fired from her job in July at Summit Academy, a public charter school that
the education of children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and Asperger syndrome.
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