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County party leader gets urination case dismissed

September 4, 2014
Associated Press

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — A citation for public urination against the chairman of a southeastern Pennsylvania county Democratic Party is being dropped after the man completed 30 hours of community service.

A Chester County district judge agreed to the deal Wednesday involving county Democratic Party Chairman Brian McGinnis.

The Daily Local News of West Chester reports ( ) that McGinnis completed 30 hours of community service at a West Chester volunteer fire company, doing things like reorganizing equipment and cleaning the fire station.

McGinnis was cited for the infraction on July 11. He has had brushes with the law before, including being cited for urinating on the courthouse steps in 2005.

McGinnis blamed the incident on a medical issue, although some party members called for him to step down.


Information from: Daily Local News,



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