In a classic whodonit, cops in Elizabeth, NJ, found a pregnant on-duty bus driver with bumps, cuts and bruises. Indeed, the woman went to Trinitas Regional Medical Center for treatment. Additionally, the cops allege she had been robbed of her cell phone. But the alleged assailant had fled the scene. Furthermore, news reports do not reveal how the investigators from Elizabeth and NJ Transit identified this man as the suspect. Thus, another mystery relates to how the cops solved the mystery. Nevertheless, they charged this Union Township resident with robbery, aggravated assault, and aggravated assault on bus driver, per the news. Read More
But Internet news narratives only report two discreet occasions related to burglary. To begin, police claim the man broke into the married woman’s bathroom and installed a camera facing the shower. Accordingly, this appears to be the basis for one count of burglary. Read More
Recently a man was sentenced for kicking a window and damaging the door frame in a New Jersey State Police cruiser, per nj dot com. Additionally, during the same incident which involved a DWI investigation, he tried to escape from the police. Furthermore, he tried to spit on the troopers at the hospital, according to a new release from the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office. Subsequently, a grand jury indicted the man on six charges, including Throwing Bodily Fluid at Law Enforcement Officers. Last November he plead guilty to all six counts. Consequently, on February 9, 2018, a judge sentenced him to five years New Jersey State Prison. Read More
Police charged a Bridgeton High School student for punching a school officer in the face, per nj dot com. It all started when two teens got into a fight. Consequently, the school officer stopped it. But the officer did not have the situation under control. Indeed, after the fight, the youth charged the officer, punched him in the face, and broke his eyeglasses. Therefore, the cops charged the teen with aggravated assault on law enforcement officer and criminal mischief.
And in Essex County, a man admitted to cops that he hit his ex’s boyfriend, per nj dot com. The new beau had insulted the ex’s dog. So they exchanged words, and the ex- hit the new one with a bat in the arm and head. Consequently, police charged the dog owner with Read more
Loser says, “What?”
A Hopatcong police officer stands charged with Simple Assault following an investigation by the Sussex County Prosecutor’s Office. Initially, an individual reported to the Hopatcong police department, according to nj dot com. Indeed, he intended to turn himself in to the authorities on a warrant, according to the news. Additionally, he had intended to record a prank.