Former Newark police officer gets 5 years for striking man with gunNJ.com
May. 01, 2013
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Fierro, 46, was sentenced to five years in prison today following a trial in February in which he was convicted of second-degree official misconduct third-degree aggravated assault and a disorderly persons offense. The second-degree charge carries a mandatory minimum prison term of five years.