The wife of Pennsylvania's budget secretary must spend three years on probation for fleeing from police while driving drunk in Cumberland County last year.
Georgina Zogby, 48, of Moores Mountain Road in Fairview Township, appeared for sentencing on Tuesday, where Cumberland County Common Pleas Judge Edward Guido handed down her punishment.
He also ordered her to pay $850 in fines, according to court records, according to The Associated Press.
Zogby was convicted Sept. 28 in a non-jury trial of fleeing or attempting to elude police, DUI, running a stop sign and making an illegal turn. State police said Zogby fled from officers about 1:15 a.m. July 10, 2011, in Monroe Township.
She remains on probation in York County for a DUI case.
On July 2, Zogby was sentenced in York County to 120 days on electronically monitored house arrest and ordered her to be on probation until March, defense attorney Bill Fulton has said.
Fairview Township Police said Zogby was driving her BMW on Moores Mountain Road about 2:45 p.m. Sept. 28, 2011, when she lost control of it. The car ended up on its roof, blocking both lanes of the road, police said.
Her blood-alcohol level was 0.117 percent, according to charging documents. In Pennsylvania, an adult is driving drunk at 0.08 percent.
On April 19, Zogby pleaded guilty in Cumberland County Court to two counts of retail theft for stealing merchandise from T.J. Maxx and groceries from Wegmans.
In that case, she was sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to perform 60 hours of community service.
Fulton has said Zogby continues to maintain her sobriety and receive counseling.
She is the wife of state budget secretary Charles Zogby.