Pennsylvania’s Court of Judicial Discipline has suspended an Erie County magisterial district justice for 60 days who it previously described as “stalking” five young women.

The suspension, which is without pay but with medical benefits, is significantly less severe than the punishment the Judicial Conduct Board sought for Gerard L. Alonge. It also includes a term of probation for the remainder of his term.

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