Wilkes-Barre — Former West Hazelton Police Chief Brian Buglio, 46, was sentenced to two months from Tuesday for threatening citizens with criminal accusations of important social media posts.
According to Deputy Federal Attorney Bruce D. Brandler, Buglio pleaded guilty to deprivation of civil rights after threatening citizens with felony in retaliation for social media posts critical of former chiefs and police. rice field.
US Magistrate Judge Joseph F. The ruling imposed by Saporito Jr. also includes a one-year supervised release, including the first four months of house arrest.
In proclaiming this ruling, Sapolito regarded Buglio’s actions as “abuse of power” when he threatened to use the criminal justice system to promote his personal interests.
Buglio was also ordered to pay a $ 5,000 fine.
Former West Hazelton police chief sentenced
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