Boxer admits disorderly conduct in NYC gun case
NEW YORK -- A boxer who went to the check-in counter at an airport with a handgun in his luggage and was arrested on firearm possession charges pleaded guilty on Tuesday to disorderly conduct.
Robert Guerrero pleaded to the lesser charge in a Queens courthouse and was ordered to pay a $250 fine and complete 50 hours of community service.
Guerrero, a former featherweight champion who lost a welterweight title bout to Floyd Mayweather Jr. this month, lives in Gilroy, Calif., and will ...
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