The second of two individuals from the Cincinnati area who admitted to unlawfully flying drones over professional sporting events has received their sentencing.

Dailon Dabney, 24, and Travis Lenhoff, 38, were charged by a federal grand jury in September 2022 for separate incidents related to Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati Reds sporting events.

In March, both individuals entered guilty pleas. In August, Lenhoff received his sentencing for flying a drone into the restricted zone at Great American Ball Park, which included a one-year probationary period. Dabney admitted to flying a drone within Paul Brown Stadium (now Paycor Stadium) during the NFL playoffs in January 2022.

This Monday, a federal judge handed down a one-year probationary sentence to Dabney and mandated that he complete 40 hours of community service. (Reference)

See Also-

Federal Grand Jury Indictment- USA vs Dabney

Federal Grand Jury Indictment- USA vs Lenhoff

Two Defendants Plead Guilty to TFR Violation

Post Image- Aerial view of Paycor Stadium (previously known as Paul Brown Stadium) in Cincinnati (Image Credit: Adobe Stock by Craig).