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After Making Bail, Hackensack Man Charged With Making Another Threat in Livingston


Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray and Livingston Police Chief Craig M. Handschuch have announced that detectives have rearrested an 18-year-old Hackensack resident in connection with a threat against a Livingston resident.

According to authorities, John Coulouris has been charged with one count of terroristic threat.

This charge is in addition to charges previously filed against Coulouris on September 19, 2016 authorities said.

In the earlier incident, Coulouris had been charged with endangering the welfare of a child by distributing child pornography, invasion of privacy and two counts of cyber harassment.

Coulouris posted bail on the earlier charges and was released from the Essex County Correctional Facility on September 21, 2016.

While continuing the investigation of the earlier charges, Prosecutor's detectives developed information about this different threat, which had been posted on a social media platform.

Coulouris was arrested Friday night according to Chief Assistant Prosecutor Thomas S. Fennelly, who added that the investigation Is continuing.

Bail on the new charge has been set at $100,000, with a no ten percent option, by the Honorable Ronald D. Wigler, Presiding Judge of the Criminal Division of the Essex County Superior Court.

Coulouris will be lodged in the Essex County Correctional Facility in lieu of posting bail.