Clergyman Pleads Guilty To Traffic Violation

NEW YORK -

A Brooklyn clergyman whose February arrest prompted a call from Mayor Bill de Blasio on Monday pleaded guilty to a traffic violation, reduced from a suspended license charge, The Wall Street Journal reported. Bishop Orlando Findlayter was sentenced to time served — the hours he spent at a police precinct following his arrest. Findlayter was on de Blasio’s inaugural committee.