Little Egg Harbor man sentenced for sexual contact with a 14-year old
A Little Egg Harbor man is sentenced to a year in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to unlawful sexual contact with a 14-year old, according to Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley Billhimer.
Marc A. Albright, 52, of Little Egg Harbor was sentenced to 364 days in the Ocean County Jail as a condition of probation after pleading guilty to third-degree Aggravated Criminal Sexual Conduct.
Upon his release, Judge Linda Baxter also ordered that Albright must register as a sex offender pursuant to “Megan’s Law” and be supervised by the New Jersey State Parole Office for Life.
He was arrested in August of last year following an investigation by Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Detective Alex Bromley and Little Egg Harbor Detective Joel Mahr, which showed evidence that Albright had engaged in unlawful sexual contact with a 14 year old.
Albright admitted his guilt on July 11, 2018.
The case was prosecuted by Senior Assistant Prosecutor Mara Brater of the Special Victim’s Unit.
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