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Written by BILL RYAN,Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 12:17
John Millinger (left) in court with his attorney. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
The former Wood County Park Ranger who pleaded guilty to voyeurism was ordered to 52 months in prison Tuesday morning by Wood County Common Pleas Court Judge Robert Pollex.
John Millinger, 27, of Millbury, formerly of Toledo, had little to nothing to say to the court when given his opportunity. There was no apology or any indication of his understanding of what he had done.
In response to the judge’s question if he wished to speak, he simply said, “No, your honor.”
One of his victims, however, did address the court. She had been viewed while changing at W.W. Knight Preserve, Perrysburg, by Millinger’s hidden surveillance.
“Over the past year and a half, I have thought of a lot of things I want to say to you, but most are not appropriate in the courtroom setting,” the victim said.
“What was supposed to be a happy day is now tarnished by your actions,” she added.
She concluded her remarks telling Millinger, “You make me sick to my stomach just by seeing you. You disgust me.”
Millinger’s attorney, Jerome Phillips, told the judge Millinger had been a very successful man, and because of his actions “he has now lost his wife, lost his home, lost his job and lost the respect of his friends and family.”
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 13:23

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