Mt. Lebanon youth coaches not guilty of disorderly conduct
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Two Mt. Lebanon youth football coaches were found not guilty today of disorderly conduct charges related to a post-practice dispute an an elementary school in the fall.
Mt. Lebanon police cited coaches Jeffrey Borris and Michael Ventrone in September after accusations they used threatening language with youths at a field near Markham Elementary School in Mt. Lebanon.
The dispute involved a football thrown in nearby woods.
Brookline District Judge James Motznik held a hearing on the charges in November and today found the men not guilty, noting the coaches were defending their children.
First Published February 8, 2012 3:03 pm