An Absecon man who was stopped by police while driving with a suspended license is headed to prison.

On Thursday, 60-year-old Thomas J. Fox, III, was sentenced on two counts of fourth-degree driving during license suspension for prior DUIs to concurrent 15-month New Jersey state prison terms.

Fox had been found guilty on both counts following a jury trial in April.

The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office says on Valentine's Day 2018, a Galloway Township police officer conducted a motor vehicle stop on Route 50.

That vehicle was driven by Fox and during the stop, he was unable to produce a valid driver’s license. A lookup of his information revealed that he had a suspended license for at least two prior DUIs.

Fox will be required to serve at least 180 days of his sentence before becoming eligible for parole.

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