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  • Person Stabbed Multiple Times in Trenton

    Jun 6, 2022

    Local Trenton police are looking into a stabbing that occurred in late May. The crime occurred just after 1 a.m. near Lalor Street in Trenton, New Jersey. When the police arrived at the scene, they were met by an unidentified person with stab wounds. They transported the person to the hospital for treatment, where they were listed as stable. No leads have been identified yet, and no one has been arrested for the crime. Th...
  • 21 Men Arrested in Undercover Sting Operation Targeting Child Predators

    Jun 1, 2022

    “Operation Risky Business” is an undercover operation that includes various New Jersey officials and targets sexual crime predators. The operation is a joint effort between the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office, the Division of Criminal Justice, the New Jersey State Police, and the U.S. Homeland Security. So far, the task force has arrested 21 men. The undercover operation targets sexual predators who use social media to lure underage girls and boys. Law enforcement poses as underag...
  • What to Do if Your Teen is Arrested

    May 20, 2022

    The first feeling you may experience after receiving a call that your teen has been arrested is anger. That anger may eventually turn into confusion and then you may begin researching your options to best protect your teenager. No one ever expects their child to break the law, but it’s important to know what to do if they are arrested. Ask Questions and Write Down Notes In most cases, the arresting officer will notify yo...
  • New Jersey Resident Accused of Recording Girls Using Home Bathroom

    May 1, 2022

    A South Jersey man was recently arrested and accused of recording girls using the bathroom in his home. The Washington Township resident was arrested after local police acquired a search warrant. The suspect allegedly kept the recordings by transferring them to an online storage database. He faces potential charges that include manufacturing child pornography and possession of child sexual abuse material. The suspect was released on bond and is awaiting trial. The investigation into th...
  • Can a Store Owner Legally Detain You for Shoplifting in New Jersey?

    Apr 23, 2022

    A store owner can legally detain a person if they believe that person is What is Shoplifting in New Jersey? Shoplifting is a crime that involves stealing items from a shop. Shoplifting crimes in New Jersey may be categorized as a second or third-degree offense, or as a disorderly persons offense, depending on the value of items stolen. Most cases of shoplifting occur in a store but may also take place in a parkin...
  • Stealing Packages From a Front Porch Could Now Land You in Jail

    Apr 7, 2022

    With the rise in online shopping and internet delivery and subscription services, more and more people are having packages delivered to their homes on a regular or even daily basis. While being able to have purchased goods delivered straight to your front door is incredibly convenient, it can also make you a target for thieves. Rates of package theft have grown along with the rise in e-commerce, as thieves take advantage of the fact tha...
  • Can a Cop Search My Vehicle If I Was Stopped for Another Reason?

    Apr 1, 2022

    You’re driving along following the rules of the road when a police officer pulls up behind you and flashes their lights. You immediately pull over and await their reasoning for stopping you. The police officer notifies you that one of your taillights is broken and issues you a citation to get it fixed. Then, they ask you to get out of your vehicle so they can search it. Are they justified here? Do they hav...
  • NJ Political Consultant Admits Role in Murder for Hire Scheme

    Mar 7, 2022

    A New Jersey political consultant pled guilty in federal court to conspiring to kill a long-time associate who had worked with him on numerous political campaigns. New Jersey Political Consultant Pleads Guilty to Hiring Hitmen to Kill Associate Sean Caddle of Hamburg, New Jersey, pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit murder for hire. U.S. District Judge John Vazquez, who presided over the plea hearing, granted Caddle a $...
  • According to Officials, N. J. Gang Committed Slew of Crimes Ranging from Fatal Shooting to Fraud

    Jan 26, 2022

    Law enforcement in Burlington County, New Jersey, recently announced the arrest of six people who have been committing crimes around the state. Two of the men are currently awaiting charges following the shooting of a high school senior in December 2021. Details About the Charges Prosecutors named the gang as- the Gotti Boy Movement. They believe the gang is made up of a large group of people around Burlington County. As o...
  • N.J. Man Who Set Fire That Killed Two People Christmas Morning Facing Serious Charges

    Jan 16, 2022

    You might have heard about the fire that tore through Chambersburg in Trenton, New Jersey on Christmas Day. The fire killed two people and displaced hundreds more on what was supposed to be a festive day. Local officials have recently released that the fire was not a mistake. Instead, it was intentionally started by another resident in the city. Two adult males died in the fire. A 28-year-old Trenton, New Jersey, man has been charge...
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