Sussex County Prosecutor's report

| 15 Feb 2012 | 09:17

    Sept. 6 Timothy G. Hopper, 26, of Wantage, pled guilty to the fourth-degree crime of possession of a prohibited weapon. He admitted to possessing a switchblade knife on Jan. 28 in Wantage. Kevin J. Hendley, 54, of Newton pled guilty to the fourth-degree crime of obstruction of justice. He admitted to threatening an individual cooperating with the Sussex County Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Task Force in Newton on June 24. Michael Milazzo, 20, of Sussex, pled guilty to the third-degree crime of eluding, fourth-degree resisting arrest, DWI and driving with a suspended license. On July 2, he operated a vehicle under the influence of a controlled dangerous substance, eluded law enforcement officers who were attempting to make a motor vehicle stop and subsequently used physical force to resist his arrest. Jarrod Gentry, 23, of Port Jervis, N.Y., pled guilty to one count of failure to come to the aid of an injured person, a third-degree crime. On or about Aug. 17, 2008 the defendant knowingly caused injuries to a victim and left the scene of the injury knowing or reasonable believing the victim was unable to care for himself. Sept. 9 Nicholas J. Terantino, 32, of Kenvil, was sentenced to three years probation. He pled guilty on June 27, 2011, to aggravated assault, a third-degree crime. Joseph Celani, 25, of Hopatcong, pled guilty to resisting arrest, a third-degree crime, and two contempts, disorderly persons offenses. Sept. 12 Alexander Antoniades, 50, of Nutley, pled guilty to aggravated manslaughter, a crime of the first degree. Under the terms of the plea agreement, Antoniades is facing a 30-year New Jersey State Prison term when he is sentenced on Dec. 16, 2011. Antoniades will have to serve 85 percent of the prison term imposed before he is eligible for parole. At his plea hearing, Antoniades admitted that he caused the death of 27-year-old Angela Bellifemini by stabbing her in the neck. The homicide occurred on March 13, 2009 at Bellifemmini’s residence on Spring Street in Newton.