Guilty plea entered by man who disrupted race

A New York City man charged with disrupting a road race in honor of Sandy Hook shooting victim Victoria Soto has pleaded guilty in the

Victoria Soto's sister told police Matthew  Mills approached her and began arguing that Victoria never existed and the shootings never happened.

Victoria Soto's sister told police Matthew Mills approached her and began arguing that Victoria never existed and the shootings never happened. (4/19/16)

STRATFORD - A New York City man charged with disrupting a road race in honor of Sandy Hook shooting victim Victoria Soto has pleaded guilty in the case.

Matthew Mills, 32, agreed to a plea deal yesterday.

Soto's sister told police Mills approached her and began arguing that Victoria never existed and the shootings never happened.

Mills was sentenced to two years probation.

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