No contest plea in coconut pie attack on California mayor

Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017|3:45 p.m.

SACRAMENTO, Calif.– A man implicated of hitting Sacramento, California, mayor Kevin Johnson in the confront with a coconut cream pie has actually pleaded no contest to misdemeanor disrupting the peace.

The Sacramento Bee report that local activist Sean Thompson was sentenced Thursday two days’ time currently served in prison after prosecutors accepted the lesser charge. He had been accuseded of misdemeanor assault and battery.

Sacramento County district attorneys at first charged Thompson with felony attack after the pie attack at a charity event a year earlier. Johnson responded by punching Thompson.

A judge stated a mistrial on the felony charge after jurors could not reach a verdict.

Thompson’s lawyers had subpoenaed Johnson and threatened to bring up old allegations versus Johnson, who is no longer mayor.

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