- Associated Press - Thursday, December 3, 2015

MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) - A former southern New Jersey police officer is going to jail after pleading guilty to aggravated assault stemming from a domestic violence incident.

Under terms of a plea agreement, a judge on Thursday sentenced 54-year-old Raymond Glick to 220 days in the Atlantic County jail.

Investigators said Glick had beaten the woman he was living with in March. She went to a hospital for treatment two weeks later.

Glick “terminated” his employment with the Galloway Township Police Department after 24 years.

Glick received public attention in 2010 when he fatally shot two dogs that allegedly charged at him. The county prosecutor’s office cleared him of wrongdoing.

Officials said Glick shot the dogs after their owner allegedly allowed them to leave his home and charge at him.

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