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A Rhode Island state senator who was caught keying a man’s car last month was sentenced to pay restitution after admitting to the charges of vandalism and obstruction of a police officer.
“I am truly sorry for my actions in this matter, and I am disappointed in my behavior and lack of judgment,” Sen. Joshua Miller, a Democrat, told reporters outside 3rd District Court in Warwick on Tuesday, according to The Boston Globe.
“In a blink of an eye, I exhibited a lack of self-control that has impacted my reputation,” he added. “For that, I only have myself to blame as I am solely responsible for what led to today’s court proceedings.”
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Miller, 69, was arrested in June after he vandalized a car with a “Biden Sucks” bumper sticker and later lied to police. He initially denied keying the car and later claimed the victim was “daring” him to once police confronted him with video evidence.
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