‘Munster’ Awaits Sentencing: Patrick Lilley, 38, who used the name Butch Patrick when he appeared on “The Munsters,” could be sentenced to as much as five years in prison and fined $10,000 after being convicted of attacking a limo driver in November in Wheaton, Ill. He was cleared of charges of robbing the driver, who Lilley claimed did not deserve to be paid because he kept getting lost. The incident occurred when Lilley, accompanied by a friend, John Patrick Sullivan Jr., was in town to make an appearance as Eddie Munster at a nightclub. He will be sentenced Sept. 24. Sullivan already has pleaded guilty in the incident.
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