BY JANE MEGGITT
Upper Freehold Township Committeeman William Miscoski pleaded guilty last week to two charges stemming from a June altercation with state troopers at the scene of a fire at his father-in-law’s house.
“I did what I had to do [regarding his plea] in the best interest of my family, both financially and emotionally,” Miscoski said after the Feb. 27 municipal court hearing.
“The craziness had to stop so we could all get on with our lives,” he added.
Miscoski, 56, pleaded guilty to one count of preventing a public servant from lawfully performing an official function and one count of disorderly conduct.