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District judge pleads guilty to hotel harassment

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Judge Douglas Gummo (Courtesy: Altoona Mirror) Judge Douglas Gummo (Courtesy: Altoona Mirror)
ENOLA, Pa. (WHTM) -

A district judge has pleaded guilty to harassing a woman at a Cumberland County hotel.

Douglas Gummo, 42, of Petersburg, was fined $438 for the April 1 incident at the Radisson Penn Harris Hotel in East Pennsboro Township.

Police said Gummo was drunk and wearing only a bed sheet when he repeatedly tried to enter the room of a female guest, who is also a district judge.

Gummo is a district judge in Huntingdon County. He and the woman were at the hotel for a conference.

Prosecutors dropped charges of public drunkenness and disorderly conduct in exchange for the guilty plea.

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