Homeowner of condemned Yuma home sentenced

Homeowner of condemned Yuma home sentenced

Paul Robert Cohn Paul Robert Cohn

YUMA, AZ- While his home was being torn down, Paul Robert Cohn, was in Yuma City Municipal Court for trial Wednesday.

He was sentenced by the judge to 180 days for endangerment, 60 days for animal cruelty, and 180 days for disorderly conduct in which they will be served concurrently or at same time.

The judge heard testimony Wednesday from Cohn's neighbors, city officials, and animal control officers.

He also changed his plea to no contest for driving on a suspended license. Cohn has still yet to be sentenced on that charge.

He also has two other charges pending against him for public nuisance and speeding.  

Cohn remains behind bars on $60,000 bond until he is sentenced on his pending charges.

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