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Glassboro Man Sentenced to Prison After Robbing Two Juveniles in an Elementary School Parking Lot

By kcora on
Glassboro Deptford Township

Authorities announced that a 20-year-old Glassboro man was sentenced to prison Monday after pleading guilty to the robbery of two juveniles in a parking lot of the Good Intent Elementary School in Deptford Township NJ on August 5, 2017.

The sentence imposed by Superior Court Judge M. Christine Allen-Jackson is subject to New Jersey’s No Early Release Act, making Dalton J. Wilson, ineligible for parole until he serves 85 percent of his prison term.

Officials said Dalton has been incarcerated since his arrest on August 23, 2017.

In the incident, an 18-year-old male and a 17-year-old male were approached by two individuals. In pleading guilty to second-degree armed robbery on Feb. 23rd, Dalton acknowledged he was one of the two and that he struck the 17-year-old on the head with a handgun and took his wallet and cell phone.

Police said the victim sustained lacerations above one eye and required hospital treatment.

According to time authorities, a wallet and phone were also taken from the 18-year-old.

Officials charged also charged Marcus H. Boone, 20, of Deptford, (the codefendant) with robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, is scheduled for a status conference hearing in Drug Court on May 5th.