A man was found guilty by a jury on Wednesday of two counts of third-degree felony aggravated harassment by a prisoner.
Quintez Talley, 29, was charged twice in June for propelling urine on Benner state prison corrections officers.
A report from the Centre County District Attorney’s Office said that on June 5, Talley threw a carton of milk filled with urine at a corrections officer. The second incident happened June 18 when he threw urine out of the bottom of the door of the restrictive housing unit he was staying, and onto a corrections officer.
While throwing the urine during the second incident, Talley also made derogatory statements to the corrections officer, the report said.
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Talley is scheduled for sentencing June 18 by Judge Pamela A. Ruest.