Did you ever get carried away with a group of friends, and later on you felt completely misunderstood? Authorities charged four members of the Arthur P. Schalick High School wrestling team with various offenses, per the news. They filed charges against the juveniles for aggravated assault and conspiracy to commit aggravated assault. Additionally, they filed charges for criminal restraint and conspiracy to commit criminal restraint. Furthermore, they filed charges for possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose and conspiracy to possess a weapon for an unlawful purpose. Finally, they charged the wrestlers with unlawful possession of a weapon, conspiracy to unlawfully possess a weapon, and hazing. –
A five month investigation in Hudson and Passaic counties resulted in a drug bust involving eight people, per the news. Indeed, the cops charged residents of North Bergen and Clifton on various drugs and weapon charges. Consequently, the charges against two include leading a narcotics trafficking network. Additionally, the charges include possession with the intent to distribute prescription legend drugs and possession of a prohibited device. As well, the charges include conspiracy to commit money laundering and money laundering. Furthermore, charges include unlawful possession of a weapon during commission of a drug offense, and unlawful possession of weapon. Also, the cocaine charge includes conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Moreover, marijuana charges include conspiracy to distribute marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Read More
Winslow Township cops arrested two people on drug charges and a third on weapons offenses after a weeks-long investigation. Narcotics officers executed search warrants at two homes following investigations into drug sales there. And they allegedly found cocaine, oxycodone, marijuana, packaging materials and more than $1,600 in cash. Additionally, they allegedly found a loaded 9mm handgun and a defaced .22-caliber rifle in a vehicle. Consequently, the cops charged the various people with CDS distribution in a school zone, and the following crimes:
- possession with intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance,
- cocaine possession,
- marijuana possession,
- oxycodone possession,
- maintaining a manufacturing facility,
- unlawful possession of a weapon, and
- possession of a defaced firearm.
A former captain of the Princeton University swim team who allegedly had a shotgun will enter Pretrial Intervention (PTI), per nj dot com. Indeed, Mercer County prosecutors said he will undergo three years supervision, a psychological evaluation, and complete 40 hours of community service. A few months earlier, Princeton cops charged him with unlawful possession of a weapon after confiscating the alleged shotgun. Under New Jersey law, unlawful possession of a weapon involving a shotgun is a third degree crime.1 Read more
Cranford cops charged three men with crimes on New Year’s Day, per nj dot com. During a car stop, the cops found suspected cocaine and marijuana, and an alleged handgun, per the news. Consequently, the cops charged the driver and one friend with cocaine possession, marijuana possession under 50 grams, drug paraphernalia possession, and possession of a handgun. Additionally, they charged the driver with careless driving, driving with a suspended license, and CDS possession in a motor vehicle. Finally, they charged the third man with marijuana possession under 50 grams and drug paraphernalia possession.
Police in Burlington City, New Jersey, arrested a Florence man who, they allege, pistol-whipped another man. Indeed, news reports indicate the suspect struck a 51-year-old man across the face with a gun. While failing to give a motive, the cops claim the suspect “specifically targeted” the victim. Consequently, the cops charged the suspect with possession of weapons for unlawful purposes, in addition to other crimes. Read more