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Blog Posts in January, 2015

  • New Jersey teen charged with sex crimes after alleged incident

    New Jersey residents may be interested in an alleged incident involving sexual misconduct in the back of a Hoboken supermarket. A teenager is now facing charges in connection with the incident, though details about the arrest had not yet been released. On Dec. 19, reports indicate that a 19-year-old woman was walking behind a ShopRite supermarket located on Madison Street. While the woman was ...
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  • New Jersey man charged with sexual assault

    On Jan. 16, a 43-year-old former New Jersey basketball coach was indicted on sexual assault charges after he was accused of being involved with two boys in 2010 and 2011. Additionally, the former coach, who also acted as a recreation director, was charged with offenses stemming from alleged sexually explicit conversations with two other boys. He was first accused of engaging in multiple sex acts ...
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  • Edison mayor's son arrested for drugs

    Officers with the Edison Police Department took the mayor's 28-year-old son into custody on Jan. 12. Reportedly, officers were responding to calls reporting a vehicle parked and running on the lawn of a home. Upon arriving to the residence, officers reportedly found the 28-year-old man passed out in the driver's seat of the idling car around 8:35 p.m. Upon waking the man, officers apparently ...
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  • 12 indicted in $293K Atlantic City credit card fraud

    According to sources, 12 people were indicted for allegedly making off with $293,000 in New Jersey through fraudulent credit card transactions. The defendants, all residents of New York, stand accused of using stolen credit card numbers at a variety of casinos to make cash withdrawals in May 2011. The indictment alleges that the 12 individuals used their own correct identification with the cards ...
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  • New Jersey college student arrested on drug charges

    A Princeton University student was arrested Jan. 6 when he allegedly attempted to retrieve a package containing ecstasy at a campus mailroom. The package, which was sent from overseas, had been intercepted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in mid-December. Federal authorities said that they contacted Princeton's public safety department and the ...
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  • Driver blamed for pedestrian death

    On Dec. 31, a 74-year-old New Jersey man was charged for the death of another Camden resident that occurred during the month of October. The 53-year-old victim was killed as a result of an auto accident that occurred nearby Rosedale and Westfield Avenues around 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 4. The male pedestrian was crossing Westfield Avenue when he was allegedly struck by the accused. He was brought to ...
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  • 13 indicted on drug charges associated with heroin mill raid

    On Jan. 2, it was announced that 13 people who were accused of being involved in a heroin mill in New Jersey were indicted on drug-related charges. The raid of the alleged mill and drug den occurred in April 2014. Authorities stated that they seized approximately $525,000 worth of drugs during the raid, which occurred following a year-long investigation into the operation and reportedly involved ...
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  • 2 men face New Jersey drug charges for heroin

    In late December, a 41-year-old man and a 26-year-old man were taken into police custody based on allegations of drug trafficking. The men now face charges for possessing heroin with the intent to sell it, and reports say that if found guilty, they might be subjected to up to 20 years of prison time. The pair were accused of attempting to move drugs from an undisclosed location to their native New ...
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  • New Jersey man in elf costume charged with DWI

    Riverdale police say that a Cedar Grove man was found drunk and asleep in his Toyota van on Dec. 19. The discovery was made after authorities were called to the Target parking lot on Route 23 at about 3:30 a.m. in regards to a suspicious vehicle on the premises. When a sergeant arrived, he located the vehicle by the loading dock of the Target store, and it allegedly had its lights on, engine ...
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