Nassau County Legislator Carrié Solages, a Democrat from Elmont, pleaded guilty to two disorderly conduct violations in a Hempstead court on Sept. 12, and was ordered to take part in a 26-week batterers’ intervention class and submit to drug testing.
Solages, 39, was arrested on June 21, of last year, after “a verbal altercation that escalated to a physical altercation,” according to Lt. Richard Lebrun, of the Nassau County Police Department.
“I am glad the charges were dropped,” Solages said. “I maintained that I did nothing criminal and what happened in court vindicated and validated that. I thank my constituents for supporting me based on my hard work in the community and I look forward to continuing that and the many issues that need to be addressed.” Continue reading
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