Steelers kicker pleads guilty to store misbehavior

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Steelers kicker Jeff Reed pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and criminal mischief after police said he damaged a paper towel dispenser and harassed employees at a Sheetz convenience store in New Alexandria early Sunday.

Witnesses told police that Mr. Reed, 29, went into the store bathroom and then became infuriated that there were no towels in the dispenser. He began banging on the dispenser and hurling profanities at employees, even after leaving the store.

Mr. Reed received a summary citation and the charges were referred to Westmoreland County District Judge Mark Bilik in Bradenville. His guilty plea was received today through the mail and he will be fined $543.50, which includes $210 in restitution to the store.



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