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Tuesday, 13 April 2010

N.J. corrections officer pleads guilty to providing cell phones to Latin Kings inmate | -

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N.J. corrections officer pleads guilty to providing cell phones to Latin Kings inmate | - "Woodbridge pleaded guilty today in New Brunswick to supplying two cell phones to an inmate who is a member of the Latin Kings street gang.
Glenn Adams, 49, of Union, who was suspended from his job when he was arrested in August, admitted to Superior Court Judge Frederick De Vesa that he brought the phones into the prison and gave them to the inmate on two occasions, one on Nov. 1, 2008 and the other on Jan. 31, 2009. Adams said he was paid for them.
Middlesex County Assistant Prosecutor Brian Gillet said his office will recommend Adams receives a flat three-year prison term when the judge sentences Adams on June 7.
Previous coverage:
• N.J. corrections officer accused of supplying cell phones to inmateGillet said his office will not oppose Adams application for a special probationary program known as 'ISP,' for Intensive Supervisory Probation.
Adams could have faced up to 10 years if he was convicted of the second degree offense of bringing an electronic communications device into the prison."

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