Mater Dei Prep Teacher Sentenced to 4 Years in Prison for Sexual Assault of Former Student

William Miltner, 29, of Middletown will serve time at New Jersey State Prison

Monmouth County Superior Court Judge John T. Mullaney sentenced William Miltner, 29, of Middletown to four years in state prison for sexual assault of a high school student.

Miltner, of Acker Drive in , was a former teacher and dean at in New Monmouth, where the student was enrolled. The offenses occured between March and September 2009. 

As part of his sentence, Miltner will be subject to parole supervision for life, as well as the sex offender registration and notification requirements of Megan’s law. Miltner was also required to permanently give up his New Jersey Teacher’s License as a condition of the negotiated plea in this case.

Miltner was indicted and before Judge Mullaney on January 19, 2012. 

This case was prosecuted by Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Fichter. The defendant was represented by Vincent Falcetano, Jr. of Red Bank, New Jersey.

7ts July 10, 2012 at 11:03 PM
Wow what a train wreck. At 26 or 27 he should have known better, now it will be with him the rest of his life.
Jonathan M Reilly July 12, 2012 at 05:48 PM
Is there a connection between these sex assaults and religion?
Jennifer September 16, 2012 at 01:39 AM
No, there is a connection between sex assaults on children and pedophiles who choose professions that give them trusted access to children. Most teachers, coaches, priests, and youth counselors are not pedophiles, but if you were a pedophile, those are the careers you'd be looking into.


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