A Coopersville man charged with getting into an injury crash while driving on a suspended license was ordered to serve time in jail when he was sentenced Friday in Ottawa County Circuit Court.

Anthony Wayne Bon, 36, faced a possible five years in prison on the charge. Instead, Judge Jon Hulsing sentenced the man to serve 30 days in jail, with credit for two days already served. The jail time will be served on the weekends.

Bon was also put on 18 months probation.

The incident occurred June 18 on Blue Oak Drive in Coopersville. Bon crashed his vehicle and a passenger, his daughter, suffered a broken leg.

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