A judge dismissed one charge and reduced another against Charlottesville City Council candidate Wesley J. Bellamy in the city’s general district court Thursday.
Bellamy, 26, pleaded guilty to failing to produce a license and paid a $10 fine and $61 in court costs, according to online records.
The initial charge of driving on a suspended license and subsequent arrest warrant issued after he did not appear for a March 14 court date both stemmed from misunderstandings surrounding court paperwork, Bellamy said after the hearing.