A former Panhandle paramedic accused of taking selfies with incapacitated victims in ambulances is going to jail.
Christopher Wimmer, 35, has been sentenced to six months in jail and three years probation.
He'll also have to perform 100 hours of community service and pay court fees.
Wimmer and another Okaloosa County EMS worker, Kayla Dubois, allegedly had photos and recordings of more than 40 patients on their phones in what was termed a "selfie war."
The paramedic reportedly pleaded no contest to seven felony counts of interception and disclosure of oral communications.
He also pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of battery, which he was charged with after it was discovered that he held open the eyelids of a sedated woman while posing for a photo.
Dubois was sentenced to two years of probation last month.
Wimmer reported to jail on Sept. 22 to start his sentence.