The court sentenced a Palermo man to 60 days in jail on charges related to an April 10 domestic incident.

Chesley Z. Williams, 27, was sentenced May 23 to 364 days in Department of Corrections custody with all but 60 days suspended. He was sentenced on charges of domestic violence assault, endangering the welfare of a child and one count of criminal restraint. Two additional counts of criminal restraint and a driving to endanger charge were dismissed.

According to published reports, Williams was driving the afternoon of April 10 with a woman and two children. The woman asked Williams to let her out of the vehicle after they argued but he refused. Eventually he pulled over and allowed the woman and children to exit the vehicle before he accelerated away.

Waldo County Sheriff's Deputy Kevin Littlefield later arrested and charged Williams in connection with the incident.

Williams will be on probation for two years after he serves his sentence.