Most-Wanted Man Captured In New Jersey This Week
In the past week, individuals living in and around New Jersey were charged with, sentenced for or indicted in relation with a wide variety of offenses.
Many of the alleged crimes were particularly heinous that were committed by these offenders.
In one incident, the parents of an 11-week-old Deptford boy were taken into custody in relation with injuries suffered by the infant. Authorities were contacted by the hospital after the baby was transferred there with fractures to his ribs and legs.
Another parent was charged for assisting her offspring cover up an alleged killing. The Camden woman accepted that she assisted two of her children conceal proof in the gang-related double murder of a Burlington County couple in the year 2010.
2 other women were taken into custody after police officers at opposite ends of the state said they harmed individuals and property.
A Jersey City woman was told to get a psychological evaluation after allegedly trying to burn down a motel where she was staying.
In another incident, an Egg Harbor Township woman got locked up after beating a man in the street and she did it with a baseball bat at a mobile home community.
Many other individuals were also taken into custody in which a Paulsboro man was included who was guilty of making terroristic threats to his wife. He was sentenced to serve 5 years in jail after he pointed a handgun at her and demanded she beg him for forgiveness and apologize.
Police was looking for an Atlantic City man for almost 1 and a half years who was finally taken into custody. He was on the state’s list of most wanted fugitives after being charged in the month of July in the year 2013 with aggravated sexual assault of a minor.
Police in Fairfield told that 2 brothers wanted for attempted murder were taken into custody after they crashed a stolen motor vehicle during Monday night’s snowstorm.
Bloomfield police are asking for public’s assistance in Essex County in a struggle to find a man who robbed a hookah store at gunpoint.
The case was closed by the authorities in Union County when they identified, took the individual into custody and charged a third man in relation with an attempted robbery due to which a Brooklyn man in Elizabeth died last fall.
A former production manager for the Music, Dance and Theater Department at New Jersey City University was sentenced to 3 years in jail for embezzling more than $87,000 from the school.
News Source: www.NJ.com