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Coraopolis man pleads guilty to harassing nursing home director |

Coraopolis man pleads guilty to harassing nursing home director

| Monday, June 13, 2011 12:00 a.m

A Coraopolis man charged last year with phoning death threats to the director of an Oakmont nursing home pleaded guilty today to a summary charge of harassment.

Allegheny County Police charged William A. Moulis, 51, in December with making threatening calls to Benjamin Neil, director of the Golden Living Center.

Moulis, whose uncle was a nursing home resident, denied making the calls, but said he accepted a plea agreement because he could not afford to fight the case in court.

Police dismissed misdemeanor charges of harassment and terroristic threats.

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