A pilot who landed his four-seat airplane on an Illinois golf course so his 14-year-old son wouldn't be late for a tennis lesson has been sentenced to 18 months of court supervision.
Lake Villa resident Robert Kadera pleaded guilty Wednesday to criminal trespass and disorderly conduct. Lake County Associate Judge Charles Johnson also ordered the 66-year-old to pay a $500 fine and perform 60 hours of community service.
No one was injured in March 2008 when Kadera landed on a golf coursewithout permission. Police stopped Kadera and his son as they were walking to a nearby tennis club.
Johnson told Kadera to stay away from the golf course. Kadera is still subject to any action by the Federal Aviation Administration.