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Sussex County man sentenced on terroristic threats, resisting arrest charges

NEWTON, NJ (Sussex County) – A Sussex County man has been sentenced on terroristic threats and resisting arrest charges, according to Acting Sussex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray.

Dallas Kruzelnick, 38, of Wantage Township was sentenced on Jan. 12 before the Honorable Michael C. Gaus, J.S.C. at the Sussex County Courthouse in Newton, Murray said.

Kruzelnick was sentenced to 5 years of special probation and he must also complete a mental health evaluation, maintain prescription compliance, submit a DNA sample, and pay fines and fees. He also served 268 days in the Morris County Correctional Facility, Murray said.

Kruzelnick pled guilty on Nov. 30, 2023 to third-degree terroristic threats, and third-degree resisting arrest. In pleading guilty, he admitted to threatening the use of physical force and violence against police, as well as preventing a law enforcement officer from effecting an arrest, Murray said.

At sentencing, Wilson was represented by Thomas F. Militano, Esq., and the State was represented by Special Deputy Attorney General and Acting Supervising Assistant Prosecutor Brent M. Rafuse.

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