A former Galloway Township police officer will be spending the next 220 days in prison and/or under electronic monitoring for an aggravated assault earlier this year.

54-year-old Raymond Glick was sentenced to 220 days Thursday morning for his guilty plea to the accusation of aggravated assault.

Back on March 20th, officers responded to ARMC-City to investigate a report that a woman was being treated for injuries as a victim of domestic violence. The victim’s injuries included multiple fractures of facial bones. An investigation determined that Glick had assaulted the woman two weeks prior inside the home that they were both living in, striking the woman with both open and closed fists. Following the investigation, Glick surrendered to police.

On October 27th, Glick pleaded guilty before a superior court judge to one count of third degree aggravated assault. At a sentencing hearing Thursday, Glick was ordered to serve at least 120 days in prison with the remainder of time served on electronic monitoring, plus four years of probation.