Former NJ detective barred from public employment

Ex-cop faces 5-years probation as a plea bargain for a misconduct and sexual harassment charges

Keith Heumiller

EATONTOWN, N.J. — I t was a highly emotional day in court on Nov. 30 as former Eatontown police detective Philip Emanuele was sentenced to five years probation for criminal coercion and evidence tampering in a case that involved drugs, abuse of power and a 24-yearold woman.

As Emanuele’s tear-stricken wife and family members looked on, the distraught eight-year police veteran accepted his sentence from state Superior Court Judge Thomas Scully at the Monmouth County courthouse in Freehold.

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