ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Virginia man will again two days in prison for doing doughnuts on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Maryland.
Gary Montague Jr., of Dumfires, Virginia, entered an Alford plea to disorderly conduct and reckless riding, information retailers reported. He turned into sentenced to 60 days, all suspended excluding for two days, which is in a position to begin this Friday. He turned into additionally sentenced to 18 months probation.
Under an Alford plea, a defendant does no longer admit guilt but acknowledges prosecutors be pleased ample evidence for a conviction.
On Sept. 27, Maryland Transportation Authority police were notified of a social media video depicting unhealthy riding conduct on the bridge. The automotive turned into seen riding in circles, kicking up clouds of smoke.
An investigation confirmed that the incident came about on the westbound span of the bridge following an unofficial automobile rally in Ocean City.
Investigators customary registration code readers on the bridge to hit upon and arrest Montague a pair of days later.
Montague’s attorney, Robin Henley, declined to comment.