Former Maryland state’s attorney sentenced for disorderly conduct in Worcester Co.

Edward Rollins, 61, North East

In Worcester County, a former Maryland state's attorney who was caught exposing himself on an Ocean City balcony has been sentenced.

Officials say Edward Rollins was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and $145 in court costs.
 
He was also ordered to complete 18 months of supervised probation, undergo a mental health evaluation, have no contact with victims, and complete a hundred hours of community service.
 
Rollins was a Cecil County state's attorney at the time of his arrest, but he has since resigned.

Rollins was found guilty in 2016 of indecent exposure and disorderly conduct.

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