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Dennis Farina given probation

From City News Service

Dennis Farina pleaded no contest Thursday to a misdemeanor gun charge stemming from his May 11 arrest at Los Angeles International Airport, where security screeners discovered a handgun in the actor’s briefcase.

Through his attorney, the 64-year-old former star of “Law & Order” pleaded no contest to carrying a weapon in a secured area of the airport, according to Frank Mateljan of the L.A. City Attorney’s Office.

Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Mark Zuckman sentenced Farina to two years summary probation and ordered him to pay a fine and penalties totaling $1,991, Mateljan said.


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