Former ISU Pres. found guilty of disorderly conduct

By WEEK Producer

June 30, 2014 Updated Jun 30, 2014 at 9:54 PM CDT

NORMAL, Ill. -- Former Illinois State University President Timothy Flanagan has been found guilty of disorderly conduct.

McLean County Judge Michael Stroh sentenced Flanagan to 12 months of court supervision, 30 hours of community service and ordered him to pay a fine of $300.

The sentence was delivered after Stroh heard evidence in the case presented by a prosecutor.

If Flanagan complies with the requirements of his court supervision, no conviction will be entered in the court record.

The sentence stemmed from a December incident between then-president Flanagan and an ISU employee outside the university-owned president's residence.

The ISU Board of Trustees accepted Flanagan's resignation in March.

To submit a comment on this article, your email address is required. We respect your privacy and your email will not be visible to others nor will it be added to any email lists.