Florham Park NJ DYFS AttorneysFlorham Park law enforcement arrested a Chatham New Jersey woman accused of causing a DWI accident with her young daughter present in the car. Since police alleged that a minor was present in the motor vehicle at the time of the crash, the suspect faces criminal charges for endangering the welfare of a child.

The suspect is a 25-year-old woman from Chatham, New Jersey. She reportedly lost control of her vehicle while driving on Brooklake Road in Florham Park, NJ. The car came to a stop when it crashed into a tree.

The suspect’s two-year-old daughter was allegedly seated in the car at the time of the auto accident.

Chatham NJ police officers and emergency responders went to the scene of the crash and took the two victims to Morristown Medical Center in Morristown, New Jersey.

Hospital staff drew blood from the suspect, with the blood test results reportedly indicating that the suspect’s blood alcohol content (BAC) was above the legal limit of 0.08 percent.

The suspect has been charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and DWI in a school zone. She has also been cited for other traffic offenses, including reckless driving, failure to properly use a car seat, failure to keep right, and failure to possess a registration card.

Moreover, the suspect has been charged with child endangerment. These criminal charges could also prompt an investigation by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P).

For more information about this case, see the NJ.com article, “Mom Accused of Drunken-Driving Crash with 2-Year-Old in Car.”

Parsippany NJ Robbery LawyersLaw enforcement is trying to identify the man who allegedly robbed a Parsippany NJ bank.

The bank robbery occurred a short time after 3:30 p.m. at the Santander Bank on Route 10 in Parsippany, New Jersey. According to Morris County officials, the suspect entered the building, approached a teller, and demanded cash.

The suspect allegedly brandished a firearm and threatened to shoot the worker.

Once the suspect got an undisclosed amount of money, he reportedly ran from the building and fled the area on foot. Parsippany cops later canvassed the area and tried to locate the suspect, but they could not find him.

The Parsippany Troy-Hills Police Department, the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) are investigating the bank robbery and attempting to identify the suspect.

Police have released video images of the suspect as he enters the bank building while wearing a construction hat, sunglasses, and gloves.

If detectives can identify and capture the suspect, he will likely face armed robbery charges and criminal weapons charges.

For additional information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Man in Construction Outfit Robs Santander Bank at Gunpoint.”

Dover New Jersey Robbery LawyersDover NJ police is investigating the violent robbery of a local man outside a park.

The theft incident happened a short time after 4:30 a.m. The victim, a 33-year-old man who lives in Dover, was walking near Crescent Field in Dover New Jersey when three men suddenly attacked him.

The victim said that the suspects punched him in the face, stole personal possessions, and then ran off.

By the time Dover NJ cops arrived at the scene, the suspects were long gone. Police canvassed the area in search of the suspects but could not find them.

The victim was not seriously hurt in the attack and did not require medical attention.

Dover NJ police detectives are actively investigating the robbery incident and attempting to determine the identities of the men responsible.

If the culprits are eventually identified and captured, they would probably face criminal charges for robbery and aggravated assault.

For more information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Man Attacked by Trio and Robbed in Dover, Cops Say.”

Rockaway NJ Child Abuse SuspectsA woman and her husband, a man who used to serve in the US Army, are set to be re-sentenced in a high-profile child abuse case after a federal appeals court ordered that the trial court erred in the initial sentencing.

The couple resided in the Picatinny Arsenal, which is located in Rockaway Township, NJ.

According to federal authorities, the suspects abused their three adopted children over a period that lasted at least four years. The physical abuse reportedly entailed savage beatings that resulted in severe physical trauma. Additionally, the suspects allegedly withheld needed medical care from the kids.

After an investigation into child abuse allegations, the suspects were arrested by authorities and charged with federal crimes. Among the charges brought against the suspects were multiple counts of endangering the welfare of a child.

In July 2015, the suspects were convicted at trial and then punished. The female suspect was sentenced to 24 months in prison, while the male suspect was sentenced to three years of probation.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office, which had asked for far more severe penalties, appealed the sentences. Now a federal appeals court has declared that the trial court sentencing was not reasonable. As a result, the suspects will now be re-sentenced in accordance with federal sentencing guidelines.

For more information about this case, check out the NJ.com article, “Army Couple Accused of Abusing Their 3 Kids May Get Stiffer Sentences.”

Mendham NJ Burglary AttorneysThree men have been sentenced to jail time for committing home burglaries in Chester Township and Mendham Township, New Jersey.

The three suspects are a 26-year-old man and two 28-year-old men from Chicago, Illinois. According to Morris County authorities, the men committed the break-ins in April 2017.

The suspects allegedly burglarized a residence in Chester Township and a residence in Mendham Township. Law enforcement said that the men would trick the home occupants into believing that they were utility workers who needed to inspect the homes. One suspect reportedly wore a utility vest and distracted the resident who opened the door while a second suspect snuck into the house and stole items.

Authorities investigated the burglaries and thefts and eventually managed to capture the suspects. The men were then charged with numerous crimes, including theft of movable property, burglary, receiving stolen property, and conspiracy to commit theft.

The suspects later reached plea agreements with the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office and pleaded guilty to the burglary charges.

The suspects recently made appearances in Morris County Superior Court in Morristown so that a judge could sentence them in the case. Two suspects were sentenced to 270 days in the Morris County Jail, while the third suspect was sentenced to three years behind bars in NJ State Prison.

For additional information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Illinois Trio Sentenced for Burglaries in Chester, Mendham.”

Hanover NJ Sex Crime ChargesHanover Township NJ police are trying to determine the identity of a man who allegedly committing a very serious sexual offense by inappropriately touching an underage female at a park in Whippany, New Jersey.

According to law enforcement, the girl was in Black Brook Park in Whippany NJ between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. when the suspect sexually assaulted her. (Whippany is a community located in Hanover Township, NJ.)

The victim’s precise age has not been released by authorities, but she may have been a minor.

Hanover Township police detectives are actively investigating the case. According to officials, the suspect is a “chubby” man between the ages of 50 and 60. New Jersey State Police recently released a sketch of the sex crime suspect.

If authorities are eventually able to identify and capture the suspect, he could be subject to criminal charges for sex crimes like sexual assault and luring.

Anyone with information about the suspect should contact Hanover Township investigators.

For further information about this case, check out the NJ.com article, “Cops Search for Suspect Who May Have Inappropriately Touched Child in Park.”

Morristown Lewdness AttorneysLaw enforcement recently arrested a Morristown NJ man who allegedly urinated in the parking lot of a high school located in Hackettstown, New Jersey.

The suspect is a 31-year-old man from Morristown, New Jersey. According to police officials, the suspect was the parking lot of a Hackettstown High School in Warren County just before noon when he inexplicably climbed high up on a tree limb and urinated below.

A witness reportedly saw the suspect exposing himself and subsequently dialed 911 to notify the Hackettstown Police Department. Hackettstown police officers arrived at the scene and told the suspect to step down from the tree.

Hackettstown cops questioned the suspect, who allegedly told them that he could not wait to use a nearby portable bathroom. However, police said that the portable restroom was unoccupied at the time.

The suspect was placed under arrest and charged with indecent exposure.

For further information about this case, go to the NJ.com article, “Man ‘Goes Out on a Limb’ to Relieve Himself at High School, Cops Say.”

Morris Plains Terroristic Threats LawyersMorris Plains NJ police apprehended a man accused of threatening a college located in Washington State.

The suspect is a 53-year-old man who lives in Morris Plains in Morris County, New Jersey. According to law enforcement officials, the suspect was angered by allegations that Evergreen State College in Washington was stifling free speech and engaging in racist practices. The suspect allegedly acted out on his anger by threatening the school.

College officials contacted police about the reported threats and shut down the school while authorities investigated.

Detectives with the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office worked with Washington police detectives and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agents and eventually deteremined that the Morris Plains NJ man may have been the culprit. The suspect was subsequently arrested and charged with multiple threat crimes, including making terroristic threats, criminal coercion, and creating a false public alarm.

After being arrested, the suspect was remanded to the Morris County Correctional Facility in Morristown, NJ.

For additional information about this case, go to the NJ.com article, “Morris Man’s Threats Led to 2-Day Shutdown of College, Authorities Say.”

Harding NJ Robbery AttorneysPolice are trying to find three suspects accused of robbing a jewelry store in Harding Township, NJ.

The suspects – two males and one female – allegedly walked into Acquisitions, Fine Jewelry and Antique Store, located on Mount Kemble Avenue (Route 202), and committed the theft offense. According to Morris County law enforcement officials, the robbers stole “multiple items of jewelry” and then fled the scene in a motor vehicle.

The Harding Township Police Department and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office are actively investigating the jewelry store robbery and attempting to determine the identities of the culprits. Police recently released video surveillance photos that show the suspects’ getaway car.

If and when Harding NJ detectives can identify and apprehend the robbery suspects, they will probably be subject to criminal charges for robbery and theft. Moreover, if any of the suspects used weapons during the theft incident, they may also face criminal weapons charges.

For further information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Police Seeking 3 Suspects in Jewelry Store Robbery in Harding.”

Parsippany NJ Threat Crime LawyersParsippany NJ law enforcement recently arrested a man accused of using a knife to threaten a female co-worker.

The suspect is a 46-year-old male resident of Brooklyn, NY. According to police officials, the suspect committed the violent criminal offense a short time after 5:00 p.m. at an office on East Halsey Road in Parsippany, New Jersey.

The suspect was employed by the business, Farmplast, until being fired and instructed by his bosses to stay away from the building. The suspect allegedly ignored the instructions and returned to the Parsippany office to confront a co-worker.

Witnesses indicated to authorities that the suspect physically assaulted a female employee by grabbing her arm and threatened to harm her with a knife. Another office worker reportedly intervened and restrained the suspect until Parsippany cops could get to the scene.

The suspect faces numerous criminal charges, including charges for terroristic threats, defiant trespass, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.

After being arrested by police, the suspect was taken to a local medical facility so that he could receive medical treatment for minor injuries. He was then transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility in Morristown, NJ.

For additional information about this case, go to the NJ.com article, “Fired Worker Pulls Knife, Threatens Fellow Employee, Cops Say.”