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Sussex County man pleads guilty to false public alarm

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County) – A Sussex County man pleads guilty to a false public alarm charge, according to Acting Sussex County Prosecutor Annmarie Taggart.

Cory Coulson, 34, of Wantage Township pled guilty on March 29 to fourth-degree false public alarm before the Honorable Judge Gaus, J.S.C. at the Sussex County Courthouse in Newton, Taggart said.

In pleading guilty, Coulson admitted to placing a call to a 911 emergency telephone system, without purpose of reporting the need for 911 service, Taggart said.

Sentencing is scheduled for May 26.

The case was investigated by Tpr. Bertucci of the New Jersey State Police.

Coulson was represented by David Dumbroff, Esq. and the State was represented by Special Deputy Attorney General and Acting Assistant Prosecutor Karen Lodeserto.

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