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Mullica Township man sentenced for illegal sexual contact
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Mullica Township man sentenced for illegal sexual contact

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Anthony Perona

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Atlantic City residents waited for hours to receive one of 300 turkeys will be distributed at the local PAL.

A Mullica Township man was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison after pleading guilty to child endangerment by sexual contact, acting Atlantic County Prosecutor Cary Shill said.

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Anthony Perona, 68, pleaded guilty Aug. 2 after a jury trial on several related charges that resulted in a hung jury.

Perona admitted to engaging in sexual conduct with a juvenile female.

The conviction also subjects Perona to parole supervision for life, sex offender registration under Megan’s Law and a restraining order that prohibits any contact with the victim.

— Eric Conklin

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