Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Shelton man handed probation in threatening case

By Michelle Tuccitto Sullo
Naugatuck Valley Bureau Chief
A man accused in April of threatening to shoot Shelton City Hall employees was sentenced Wednesday to 18 months of probation and must complete 22 hours of community service within a year.
Judge Burton Kaplan imposed the sentence on Angel Loyola, 52, of 37 Ridge Lane, Shelton, in Superior Court in Derby.
Loyola risks having to serve up to six months in prison if he violates the conditions of probation.

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