Pats’ Glenn Fined in Driving Case
WALPOLE, Mass. (AP) _ Wide receiver Terry Glenn of the New England Patriots was fined $500 Tuesday in his reckless driving case.
District Court Judge John Connor, who levied the fine, said the reckless driving charge would be dismissed in September if he didn’t get into any other trouble with the law. Glenn pleaded ``sufficient facts,″ meaning he acknowledged enough facts to prove the case against him but did not plead guilty.
Glenn was charged with speeding and driving to endanger on Thanksgiving Day. He was late for a team meeting at the time.
Police say Glenn cut off one car and ran a second car off the road.
He also was charged with driving without his driver’s license and registration. Those charges were dismissed.