Former Fullerton city manager Joe Felz pleads guilty to reckless driving in 2016 election night car crash

By Spencer Custodio | Former Fullerton City Manager Joe Felz pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of reckless driving involving alcohol that stems from his 2016 election night car crash when he ran it up a curb, over a tree and attempted to drive off on a flat tire.

Felz’ sentence is 40 hours of community service, three years of informal probation, three months in an alcohol program, “victim impact counseling” and a $390 fine and undefined restitution to the city of Fullerton, according to a press release from the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. His guilty Bouncy Castles for Sale plea will also count as a prior conviction should Felz face a driving under the influence charge within the next 10 years.

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