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Inghilleri could soon be freed on Megan's Law violation

Convicted sex offender Sal Inghilleri, who served time for sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl in 1991, could be free again on Monday after being charged with violating Megan?s Law. Inghilleri served

News 12 Staff

Apr 4, 2008, 2:01 AM

Updated 5,944 days ago

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Convicted sex offender Sal Inghilleri, who served time for sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl in 1991, could be free again on Monday after being charged with violating Megan?s Law.
Inghilleri served 12 years for sexually abusing his wife?s goddaughter Katie Beers. He was released in 2006, but is behind bars for allegedly failing to register as a convicted sex offender after he fled to North Carolina.
Inghilleri is being held on $100,000 bail, but his attorney Thomas Kenniff plans to ask the judge to lower the amount in court Monday. Kenniff says the set bail is too much for a misdemeanor charge.
Kenniff maintains Inghilleri feels District Attorney Thomas Spota is going after him only because of the infamy of the Katie Beers case. He plans to ask the judge to release his client on his own recognizance Monday.


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