Sussex County Prosecutor's Office


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Feb. 28
Gerald Buglione, 32, of Fairfield was sentenced to 2 years of probagtion, must submit to a TASC evaluation and follow any and all recommendations, attend AA/NA meetings and pay fines and penalties.

Buglione admitted that on Dec. 18, 2013, in Vernon Township, he was in possession of a controlled dangerous substance, specifically heroin.

March 4
Wilkin Andujar, 18, of the Bronx, was sentenced to 10 years, 11 years and 12 years in New Jersey State Prison under the No Early Release Act.

All three terms will run concurrently and he will have parole supervision for five years upon release. He must also submit a DNA sample, pay $555 in fines and restitution to the victim(s).

He pleaded guilty on Jan. 12, 2014, to three counts of first-degree robbery.

Between Jan. 21 and 25, the defendant, along with several co-defendants, committed three separate armed robberies. The victims at the Shell Gas Station in Allamuchy, the Gulf Cumberland Farms in Wharton and the Byram Exxon gas station were all held at knife or gunpoint during the robberies.

March 6
Richard Rich, 45, of Montague, N.J., was sentenced to 120 days in the Keogh Dwyer Correctional Facility to be served in the Home Detention Program, with 7 days of credit.

He pleaded guilty on Jan. 28, 2014, to violation of condition on special sentence, a fourth-degree crime.

Rich was represented by Kevin McLaughlin, Esq. and the State was represented by Assistant Prosecutor Laura L. Nazzaro.

March 7
Robert Bullard, 63, of Hopatcong was sentenced to 180 days in the Keogh Dwyer Correctional Facility, a 10-year license suspension and standard fines and fees.

He pleaded guilty on Dec. 16, 2013, to driving while intoxicated and driving while suspended, a fourth-degree crime.

The defendant was lawfully stopped on Maxim Drive in Hopatcong and admitted to consuming crack cocaine 20 minutes prior to being pulled over.The investigation also revealed that his license was suspended for a prior DWI.

Michael R. Scalici, 25, of Hamburg was sentenced to 3 years of probation, 66 days credit for time served in the county jail, a substance abuse evaluation and treatment and $1,205 in fines.

He pleaded guilty on Jan. 27, 2014 to the third-degree crime of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and to motor vehicle tickets for driving while suspended and failure to maintain lamps.

He admitted to possessing 19 bags of heroin in his car during the course of a motor vehicle stop by Sparta Police Officer A. Carberry on Jan. 12, 2013.

Dustin DeStefano, 30, of Lafayette, was sentenced to 3 years of probation and was given credit for 193 days served in the Keogh-Dwyer Correctional Facility. The court also ordered the defendant to submit a DNA sample at his expense and pay various fines and penatlies.

DeStefano admitted that on July 11, 2013, in the township of Lafayette he entered a residence without authorization and stole a credit card.

March 14
James Ulichney, 51, of Newton was sentenced to 2 years of probation on condition that he have no contact with the victim and pay the victim $299 in restitution. He must also complete 80 hours of community service and pay $155 in court fines/fees.

He pleaded guilty on Nov. 18, 2013, to fourth-degree aggravated assault.

In March of 2013, the defendant and victim got into an argument and the defendant hit the victim in the head with an iron, inflicting an injury which required stitches.

March 21
Ryan T. Barrett, 26, of Hamburg was sentenced to three years of probagtion with credit for 164 days served.

He pleaded guilty on Feb. 18 to conspiracy to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, a third-degree crime.

He admitted that on Aug. 29, 2012, in Franklin, he acted as a middleman in order to assist another individual in the distribution of heroin.

Margaret Decker, 48, of Sussex was sentenced to a year of probation.

She pleaded guilty on Nov. 18, 2013, to distribution of a controlled dangerous substance, a third-degree crime.

Gary Courtright, 51, of Hamburg was sentenced to a year of probation.

He pleaded guilty on Feb. 10, 2013, to failure to notify change of address under Megan’s Law, a fourth-degree crime.

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