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New Jersey Week In Crime – 27 March – 2 April

Date: April 22, 2015

Given below are details of some of the crimes that took place between 27 March and 2 April in New Jersey.

2 New Jersey men accused of killing family members, are at different stages in their legal proceedings.

One of the two murderers is charged for murdering his mother 2 days after being released from a 30-year jail serving for killing an individual when he was a teenager. The other man had been taken into custody 41 times before and allegedly murdered his step daughter who was only 9-weeks-old.

The 2 men are included in the list of individuals who are living in and around New Jersey who were charged, sentenced or indicted in relation with a wide range of crimes in the past week. Others are still being sought by the authorities.

A 46-year-old Atlantic City man has to serve 30 years in jail if he is convicted in the murder of his mother which happened after his welcome home party from jail.

A 33-year-old man in Millville was charged with killing a baby after she was found with blunt-force trauma to her head.

Those two offenders are in custody of the police while authorities in Newark are in search of a suspected robber who escaped from a hospital even though 2 cops were on duty to guard his room.

Many other suspected thieves are also facing charges for the offenses they committed. A volunteer firefighter in South Jersey and 2 associates are accused of stealing thousands in equipment from the department.

A 31-year-old Texas man has been charged with scamming almost $1 million out of a 78-year-old woman whom he found from a dating website.

In another incident, a former state prison corrections officer was sentenced to 7 years in jail for selling cocaine to an inmate.

News Source: www.NJ.com

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Attorney James A. Abate practices Criminal Defense, DWI Defense, Business Litigation, Real Estate & Personal injury cases in Union County, New Jersey.