A Catholic priest from Towson was sentenced Wednesday to nearly a year in jail—with all of that time suspended—after pleading guilty to indecent exposure.
Rev. Mark Stewart Bullock after two saw Bullock expose himself in an Abingdon adult bookstore.
Today Bullock plead guilty to a single count of indecent exposure. He was sentenced by retired Harford County District Court Judge Lawrence Lanahan Jr. to 360 days in jail with all of that time suspended. Bullock was also sentenced to three years probation and ordered to pay half of a $500 fine, according to online court records.
A condition of his probation is that he complete a rehabilitation program, something Bullock started in February, according to the story on ExploreHarford.com.
Bullock, who was a priest at Immaculate Conception in Towson at the time of his arrest, was dismissed by the Archdiocese of Baltimore and ordered have a psychological evaluation, as reported by ExploreHarford.com.
The church distributed a letter to parishioners explaining what had happened and the Archdiocese of Baltimore launched an investigation into the incident.