Ex-Bordentown Police Chief Frank Nucera, Jr. Granted Delay On Reporting To Prison

1/17/2022 4:30:00 AM

A judge has granted a request by a former New Jersey police chief to delay reporting to federal prison to serve a 28-month sentence on a conviction of lying to the FBI during a hate crime investigation.

Frank Nucera, Bordentown

A judge has granted a request by a former New Jersey police chief to delay reporting to federal prison to serve a 28-month sentence on a conviction of lying to the FBI during a hate crime investigation.

A judge has granted a request by a former New Jersey police chief to delay reporting to federal prison to serve a 28-month sentence on a conviction of lying to the FBI during a hate crime investigation.

should be allowed to remain free while seeking medical treatment for a number of health problems. The judge also cited rising coronavirus case counts, especially in the area around the FCI Ashland prison in Kentucky.READ MORE:Philadelphia Weather: Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley As Snow Moves In

Kugler signed an order directing Nucera to report for prison April 30 rather than this month but warned defense attorney Rocco Cipparone that he would not be amenable to further delays. A prosecutor had expressed sympathy for Nucera’s medical ailments but objected that he shouldn’t be able “to put off his surrender indefinitely.”

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S. District Judge Robert Kugler agreed last week that former Bordentown Township police chief should be allowed to remain free while seeking medical treatment for a number of health problems. This reportedly included over 200 firefighters from numerous different companies. The judge also cited rising coronavirus case counts, especially in the area around the FCI Ashland prison in Kentucky. READ MORE: Philadelphia Weather: Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley As Snow Moves In Kugler signed an order directing Nucera to report for prison April 30 rather than this month but warned defense attorney Rocco Cipparone that he would not be amenable to further delays. A massive 11-alarm fire at a chemical plant in New Jersey has caused the town of Passaic to flee as the flames continue to burn into the night. A prosecutor had expressed sympathy for Nucera’s medical ailments but objected that he shouldn’t be able “to put off his surrender indefinitely. Mayor Michael Venezia and Councilman Rich Rockwell released statements urging the turnpike authority to rethink the decision.

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