Republican state Rep. Mark Samsel on Monday pleaded guilty to reduced charges of misdemeanor disorderly conduct arising from an outburst that occurred when he was working as a substitute teacher in Wellsville.
Judge Kevin Kimball accepted a deal in which Samsel pleaded guilty to three counts of disorderly conduct and was sentenced to 90 days in jail, 30 days consecutively for each count. The jail sentence was suspended to one year of supervised probation.
He also agreed to write apology letters to the victims. The letters must be approved by a court services officer before they are sent to the . . .