Philly Flyers Fan Who Beat Woodbrige Cop Wants Charges Dismissed

The thug who beat Woodbridge cop Neal Auricchio, a NY Rangers fan, outside a Philly restaurant in January wants to walk away from the criminal charges.

The Philadelphia Flyers fan who beat up an off-duty Woodbridge cop in January over a team rivalry is looking to have aggravated assault charges against him thrown out.

Philly.com is reporting that Dennis Veteri, the thug whose beat Woodbridge Police officer in January, is trying to get criminal charges against him dismissed.

outside a Geno's Steaks restaurant in Philadelphia on January 2 after a Flyers-Rangers game. He allegedly slammed Auricchio out of the blue, and the beatdown was that went viral. 

The beating caused outrage and a . Veteri, who lives in Glassboro, has 11 prior arrests in four states and four assault convictions, Philly.com reported.


Joseph Kearney jrjhk72850@gmail.com December 20, 2012 at 01:50 AM
There is no way this thug should get house arrest. With four prior arrests how does this happen. He should be in prison. Thank you for serving my country and protecting Woodbridge n.j. Ofc auerichio. Bro ofc j.kearney jr #53 PBA 199 God Bless You.
Joseph Kearney jrjhk72850@gmail.com December 20, 2012 at 01:58 AM
What is so inappropriate about the comments made in response to the house arrest of veteri. He is less than a role model for kids growing up . He should be in prison


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