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Sussex County man pleads guilty to defiant trespass

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County) – A Sussex County man has entered a guilty plea to defiant trespass, according to Acting Sussex County Prosecutor Annmarie Taggart.

Jeremy M. Dietz, 20, of Newton pled guilty on Nov. 16 to fourth-degree defiant trespass before the Honorable Michael C. Gaus, J.S.C. at the Sussex County Courthouse in Newton, Taggart said.

In pleading guilty, Dietz admitted to entering a dwelling and causing damage on September 4 in Newton, Taggart said.

Sentencing is scheduled for January 26, 2023.

The case was investigated by officer Bellis of the Newton Police Department.

Dietz was represented by Matthew Young, Esq., and the State was represented by Special Deputy Attorney General and Acting Assistant Prosecutor Vanessa Henderson.

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