Filner finishes home confinement sentence
The period of home confinement and GPS monitoring was the result of his guilty pleas last fall to false imprisonment and battery, stemming from allegations of sexual harassment by at least 20 women.
“I have not seen him yet,” said Filner’s neighbor Mike Goss. There was plenty of buzz around his downtown building. Residents have a private parking area and Filner’s neighbors think its possible he has left and come back without anyone noticing.
The improprieties led the 71-year-old former Democratic congressman to leave office last Aug. 30.
He was sentenced Dec. 9 in San Diego Superior Court, but his GPS monitoring system was set up a week after it was supposed to have been, lawyer
Earll Pott told U-T San Diego.
Filner remains on three years probation which will include a…
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