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South Brunswick Man Sentenced for Eluding Police Following a Motor Vehicle Stop

By Najmsalaam_16399 on
South Brunswick Township

Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Christopher L.C. Kuberiet announced that a South Brunswick man had been sentenced to serve 11 years in a New Jersey State Prison for eluding after fleeing from police following a motor vehicle stop.

Officials say, Alan Fratello, 48, of South Brunswick was sentenced today in New Brunswick by Superior Court Judge Diane Pincus to an extended term of 11 years with five years of parole ineligibility in a New Jersey state prison. Fratello received this extended term due to his prior criminal convictions.

The sentence was imposed after Fratello was found guilty by a jury on March 21, 2019, of eluding in the second degree.

During a six-day trial that began on March 7, 2019, Middlesex County Assistant Prosecutor Keith Abrams and Middlesex County Assistant Prosecutor Deanna Himelson presented evidence and testimony.

Showing that on June 12, 2018, Fratello, after being stopped for erratic driving, grabbed the necktie of a police officer, drove across the median, and sped away in an attempt to flee the scene. He surrendered to the South Brunswick Police Department the next day, according to officials.

Fratello was convicted with the assistance of the South Brunswick Police Department and Detective Olivia Ankudowicz of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.