Former Buckeye Jim Stillwagon Indicted on Four Counts of Felonious Assault
You may have remembered that former Buckeye great Jim Stillwagon, a member of the 1968 national championship team, was arrested in October for shooting a pickup-truck in a bout of road rage. At the time, Stillwagon's attorney said the former All-American fired the shots in self-defense.
A grand jury didn't buy it:
A Delaware County grand jury indicted Stillwagon, 63, of the Far North Side on four counts of felonious assault with a firearm, the county prosecutor’s office announced yesterday. The former All-American could serve between five and 29 years in prison if convicted of the charges. He was free on bail.