Man who threatened to kill black neighbors gets 3 years for bias intimidation

ELIZABETH — A man accused of with making racially charged threats – including at least one death threat – to his neighbors was sentenced Friday to three years in prison.

Superior Court Judge John Deitch imposed the sentence on Glenn Miller, 59, of Union Township, who had previously pleaded guilty to a second-degree bias intimidation, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace Park said in a statement.

According to police, on March 3, a married couple who are Miller’s neighbors, called police to report that Miller had parked his truck on the grass divider between the curb and sidewalk directly in front of their home.

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Source: NJ.com Union

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