Former NJ cop gets 46 months in corruption probe


By Joseph A. Gambardello
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Despite a plea for a lesser term, a former Camden police officer was sentenced Thursday to 46 months in federal prison for his part in a rogue drug-squad operation.

Jason Stetser, 34, was the last of four defendants to learn his fate in a case that has resulted in payouts totaling more than $3.8 million to some of those arrested by the corrupt officers.

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