A New York man arrested last month after he pushed a megaphone into the face of an independent U.S. Senate candidate was sentenced to probation and issued a fine, The Berkshire Eagle reports.

Paul Solovay, 74, of Hillsdale, who faced assault and battery and disorderly conduct charges, was ordered on Aug. 16 to complete nine months of probation and a 10-week anger management class, the newspaper reports.

He must also pay a $150 fine and serve 60 days of probation for the disorderly conduct charge.

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