Georgetown man pleads guilty to disorderly conduct after concert cancellation

SUSSEX COUNTY, Del. - A man who was arrested last summer in Georgetown for allegedly making terroristic threats at a local golf course has pleaded guilty.

Officials say Dzmitry Papou pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. He was then ordered to pay 10,000 to the organization.

Papou turned himself into police last July after he and another man allegedly walked into the Americana Bayside Welcome Center and made threats to an employee

Out of caution, the nearby Freeman Stage postponed a performance by "The Band Perry."

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