White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley today was convicted of abusing his wife
stemming from several incidents of domestic violence that a jury found occurred over an approximate four-month period earlier this year.
According to a spokesman for the Westchester County District Attorney, a jury found Bradley, 49, guilty of one count of second-degree criminal and one count of third-degree attempted assault (both misdemeanors) as well as three counts of harassment against his wife, Fumiko Bradley.
The convictions result from charges that between January and April of this year, Adam Bradley threw a mug of hot tea on his wife, injured her hand by banging a door onto it and harassing her.
Bradley faces a maximum of one year in jail when he is sentence on March 17.