DETROIT (AP) — A Detroit Lions fan who was banned from Ford Field after being accused of directing a laser pointer at Buffalo Bills players during a game is due back in court in November for a review of the case.
The Detroit Free Press reports Marko Beslach of Oakland County’s West Bloomfield Township last year pleaded guilty to a disorderly conduct misdemeanor and was given a one-year suspended sentence, 80 hours of community service and a $235 fine.
The newspaper says he paid the fine earlier this year. The review is Nov. 23.
Quarterback Kyle Orton and holder Colton Schmidt said they had a laser directed at them during Buffalo’s 17-14 win over the Lions in October.
Fans caught using lasers also can be ejected and are subject to being arrested.