centredaily.com – By Jeremy Hartley – HARRISBURG – Former Penn State president Graham Spanier, vice president Gary Schultz and athletic director Tim Curley were sentenced Friday for child endangerment. Spanier was convicted March 24 of the misdemeanor charge in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Curley and Schultz pleaded guilty March 3 and testified against Spanier.
Spanier faces the least amount of time with a sentence totaling four months to a year. Berks County Senior Judge John Boccabella, who presided over Spanier’s trial, split the sentence between two months of incarceration with the remainder to be served under house arrest. He will also serve two years probation and was sentenced to a $7,500 fine, the costs of prosecution and 200 hours of community service.