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Thursday, December 3, 2015

Former Galloway Police Officer Sentenced to 220-days for Aggravated Assault

Raymond Glick
MAYS LANDING – A former Galloway Township Police Officer was sentenced this morning to 220 days in the Atlantic County Justice Facility for aggravated assault in connection to the assault of the woman with whom he had a domestic relationship, Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain announced.
Raymond Glick 54, of the 100 block of West Liebig Street, Galloway Township, was sentenced this morning by Atlantic County’s Presiding Superior Court Judge Bernard E. DeLury, for Glick’s October 2015 guilty plea to the accusation of aggravated assault—a 3rd degree crime.

On March 20, 2015, Galloway Township Police responded to the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center—City Division, for a report that a woman was being treated for injuries received as a victim of domestic violence. The victim’s injuries included multiple fractures of facial bones that required surgery.
The investigation determined that Glick assaulted the victim two weeks earlier, on March 4, 2015, inside the home in which they cohabited, by striking the victim with open hands and closed fists causing serious bodily injury. 
Glick subsequently surrendered to Galloway Township Police on the charge of aggravated assault issued by Municipal Court Judge William Cappuccio, and was served a temporary restraining order, prohibiting contact with the victim.
On October 27, 2015 Glick waived presentation of the case to an Atlantic County Grand Jury and pled guilty to the accusation before Judge DeLury in accordance with a negotiated plea agreement.

The negotiated plea agreement is as follows:
  • pled guilty to one count of 3rd degree Aggravated Assault;

  • agreed to serve 220 days of incarceration in the Atlantic County Justice Facility as a condition of a term of probation;
  • forfeited future public employment at Galloway Township Police Department; 
  • and forfeited his firearms and New Jersey Firearms I.D. Card, without which he cannot purchase firearms in the future. 
Today, Judge DeLury, after a sentencing hearing, ordered Glick to serve at least 120 days of incarceration with the remainder of the sentence to be served on electronic monitoring and 4 years of probation. The remainder of the negotiated plea/sentence remained in place. 
Assistant Prosecutor Harlee Stein represented the State in the matter. 

1 comments:

Unknown said...

Why no mandatory anger managment?

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