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BREAKING NEWS
 
FIRST REPORTED HERE
 
FORMER ATLANTIC CITY DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF
WIL GLASS
RECEIVES $ 75,000
IN PUNITIVE DAMAGES
 
Former Police Chief Arthiur Snellbaker swore under oath in United States District Court today that he has no money beyond his monthly pension ... and, indicated to the jury that he is presently living off of credit cards.
 
The Jury fairly took into consideration Snellbaker's confessed financial state today and awarded Glass punitive damages which reflect Snellbaker's sworn testimony regarding his ability to pay a judgement.
 
The Jury awarded Glass
$ 896,000 yesterday in Compensatory damages ... basically awarding Glass to the penny, his annual salary for a period of 6 years, which they estimate that he would have continued to work in Atlantic City.
 
Former Mayor Lorenzo Langford testified as a witness called by the City of Atlantic City. Don Hurley also testified in this trial, as a witness called by the Plaintiff.  
 
Editor's Note: We take no formal position regarding Snellbaker's financial claim, however, we note that a relatively short time ago, Snellbaker was awarded a substantial six-figure settlement from the City of Atlantic City. He swore under oath today that the money has been spent.