- Associated Press - Monday, October 20, 2014

MOUNT HOLLY, N.J. (AP) - A former state court vendor who collected and disbursed debts owed to creditors has pleaded guilty to misappropriating funds.

Burlington County prosecutors say 53-year-old Kenneth Culligan will likely receive a probation term when he’s sentenced Jan. 16. The former Sicklerville resident also will have to pay $44,201 in restitution.

Culligan pleaded guilty Monday to misapplication of entrusted property as part of a plea bargain in which theft charges will be dismissed. Besides his probation term, Culligan also will be barred from holding public office or employment and must undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation.

Culligan was an independent vendor who worked for the state Superior Court vicinages in Burlington and Camden counties.

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