Letters written on behalf of a sex offender described him as a hardworking man, a loving father and a trusted member of the community. Bartlett said today, in response to the letters she received from the man's family and friends. Peter Dalrymple , 51, was sentenced today to 17 years in state prison for sexually assaulting a young girl more than 10 years ago. His prosecution met with a series of delays since his indictment. Following a three-week trial in October, a jury convicted Dalrymple of first-degree aggravated sexual assault, one count of second-degree sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child, a third-degree offense.
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Two men who knew that a recently paroled sex offender was living here because of the community notification provision in "Megan's Law" have been charged with assault in a case that prosecutors are calling the first instance of vigilantism under the new law. The two men, a father and son, broke into the house where the parolee, Michael Groff, 25, was asleep on a living room floor at A. Sunday, Warren County authorities said. But several people were staying at the house, at Lincoln Street, and one of the intruders began beating a man he mistook for Mr. Groff, said John J. O'Reilly, the County Prosecutor.
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Three Phillipsburg men who raped a drunken teenage girl at a bonfire were each sentenced to six years in state prison Monday by the New Jersey Superior Court. Michael J. Anthony, 21, of the block of Chambers Street; Brian D.
Towns cannot restrict where released sex offenders can live within their borders because Megan's Law already makes that call, the state Supreme Court ruled today. The justices said municipalities can't ban sex offenders from "living within a designated distance of any school, park, playground, public library, or daycare center. The ruling -- Justice John Wallace Jr. At least had ordinances that kept sex offenders from living within 2, feet of schools, daycare centers and playgrounds. The court said Megan's Law already protects children from sexual predators by providing communities with information about the offenders and allowing parole officers to decide where they live.