Former West Mifflin policeman gets jail timeEdit

October 22, 2008, By Daniel Malloy, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
More details in tomorrow's Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. First published on October 22, 2008 at 10:26 am

A former West Mifflin policeman was sentenced to six to 12 months in jail today, and a judge said he made the sentence longer because of allegations the defendant's representatives harassed a juror.

Allegheny County Judge David Cashman issued the sentence for Noel Missig, a 14-year police veteran who was convicted of simple assault on a juvenile and perjury when he later said the assault did not happen. Mr. Missig also was convicted of lying to obtain a search warrant of a borough business.

The case took a twist during a sentencing hearing this week when juror Jeffrey Perozich testified that Mr. Missig's representatives contacted him in an alleged effort to get him to say he was pressured into his verdict.

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