John Mellencamp’s son Speck has pleaded responsible to a July arrest for public intoxication.
Speck, 22, was sentenced to 25 hours of group service and 194 days of unsupervised probation stemming from a misdemeanor public intoxication cost.
The youngest son of the “Jack and Diane” singer was arrested in Indiana on July 16 after he and brother Hud, 23, obtained in a combat exterior a Bloominton Jimmy John’s.
Police mentioned Speck “had blood throughout his face,” “wouldn’t cooperate or present info on his accidents” and was “very belligerent and uncooperative.”
Hud advised police group of males had been “mouthing off,” which instigated the combat.
The Mellencamp sons had beforehand been arrested and charged with felony battery after a combat in 2013.
The costs have been dropped to misdemeanor battery and Speck served 86 hours in jail, cut up up into 12-hour stints over 4 days because of his panic dysfunction.