Tonawanda News — Cohen said none of the alleged incidents took place while he was teaching.
“Mr. Solomon has no prior criminal record whatsoever. He has taught school without any complaints,” Cohen said.
Solomon’s fate will now rest in the hands of Judge Sara Sheldon Farkas when he is returned to court May 2 for sentencing. Farkas could sentence Solomon to up to three more years in prison or set him free. He is being held without bail until that court date.