The man cites a blinking laser at New England Patriot's defender Tom Brady during the AFC Championship game in January, guilty of breaking Wednesday's peace and fined $ 500.
Diane Morgan, 64, of the Lee meeting, Missouri, was quoted in April and faced up to one year in prison and a fine of up to $ 1,000. The Jackson County Prosecutor's Office (Missouri) said Brady did not know about the laser that broke out in February. Lasers are forbidden in NFL games.
A Kansas City station operator KMBC shot a video showing the green dot whirring around Brady's shoulder and face, and footage was published after the match, won by the patriots 37-31 in the sequel.
Morgan told Inside Edition in May that he was surprised to be quoted by prosecutors and said, "I should not have done it," although he said he would not "apologize to Brady or the patriots."