On Jan. 16, Clark pleaded guilty to obstructing justice and failure to report a crime, according to the prosecutor’s office. He will be sentenced at a later date.
During the sentencing hearing, Herron apologized to the victim’s family and said he wished he could take it back.
Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Steven Dankof noted that Herron took a life, a serious crime.
“Every day at some time for the rest of your life, you ought to reflect on the fact that your actions took another man’s life,” the judge said.
The judge told Herron before sentencing him that he still has an opportunity to better his life and make better decisions.