Man Who Drove Into Mosque Pleads Guilty

CLEVELAND - The man accused of driving his car into a Parma mosque shortly after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks has pleaded guilty to all charges against him, 19/43 News reported.

Eric Richley, 29, was wheeled into a Cleveland courtroom Wednesday morning to enter his plea. Richley (pictured, right) pleaded guilty to ethnic intimidation and vandalism, among other charges.

After entering his plea, he went back to the hospital to receive treatment for injuries that he sustained in the accident.

Police said that Richley was going 80-90 mph when he drove into the front door of the Grand Mosque at West 130th Street and Snow Road in September.

No one inside the mosque was hurt in the incident.