Montville Burglary LawyerMontville police are looking into a recent string of burglaries of cars and homes in the township.

The theft and property offenses were committed during a two-week period in Montville, NJ. According to law enforcement officials, the culprits stole from cars and houses that had been left unlocked.

One of the burglaries occurred at a residence located on Michelle Way in Montville, New Jersey. The suspects reportedly entered the house while the homeowners were away on vacation for a couple of days. Authorities said that the suspects stole personal possessions and cash from the residence.

Less than a week after that break-in, the same suspects allegedly burglarized another Montville home on Hamilton Place.

It is also believed that the suspect burglarized numerous cars parked in Montville, NJ. Police later found one of the burglarized cars, a 2017 Mercedes-Benz, abandoned on the side of a road in Newark, New Jersey.

The Montville Police Department has issued a statement about the burglary spree and has cautioned local residents to lock their houses and vehicles.

For further information, check out the NJ.com article, “Montville Cops Urge Residents to Lock Up After String of Burglaries, Thefts.”

Burglary Lawyers Pequannock NJPequannock police officers are looking for the people responsible for burglarizing 12 vehicles in just one night.

The car burglaries were perpetrated late at night in the Village section of Pequannock, New Jersey. All of the burglarized cars had been parked along Brookside Avenue in Pequannock.

According to authorities, the suspects gained access to the parked motor vehicles and committed theft crimes.

The victims later notified police and said that their wallets, cell phones, and other electronics had gone missing. (Police investigated and reportedly found some of the victims’ emptied wallets on front lawns in the area.)

Pequannock police detectives are actively investigating the car burglaries and theft, but they have yet to identify any of the culprits.

According to Pequannock law enforcement, the cars that were broken into had been left unlocked. Pequannock police are cautioning local residents to make sure to lock their cars. Moreover, Pequannock police have asked residents to take their valuables with them after parking their cars.

For additional information about this case, check out the NJ.com article, “Dozen Vehicles Reported Burglarized in Pequannock.”

Denville NJ Sex Crime AttorneysA Denville, NJ man was placed under arrest and charged with sexually assaulting a young child that he was supposed to be babysitting.

The suspect is a 19-year-old who resides in Denville in Morris County, New Jersey. According to Morris County prosecutors, the suspect committed sex offenses on several occasions while he was babysitting the underage victim.

The suspect has been accused of sexually assaulting the child in 2016. At the time of the alleged assaults, the suspect was 18 years old and the victim was just four years old.

The Denville Police Department and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office conducted a joint investigation into the allegations and eventually brought charges against the suspect.

The suspect faces criminal charges for aggravated sexual assault and endangering the welfare of a child. If he is ultimately convicted of the sex crimes, he could spend a very long time behind bars in New Jersey State Prison.

For more information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Babysitter Charged with Assaulting 4-Year-Old, Report Says.”

Roxbury NJ Murder Defense LawyersA man from Oklahoma man faces first degree murder charges stemming from the death of his wife, a Roxbury woman, in 2009.

The suspect is from LeFlore County in Oklahoma. He married the victim, a 23-year-old woman who used to reside in Roxbury, NJ, in 2008. In fact, the victim reportedly moved to Oklahoma in order to marry the suspect.

One year after the marriage, the victim was killed. Her body was found outdoors in Heavener, Oklahoma.

Law enforcement in Oklahoma did not stop investigating the homicide – and now they have connected the suspect to the killing. Authorities believe that the suspect murdered his wife and then got help from his mom when disposing of the body.

The suspect was recently arrested and charged with multiple crimes: first degree murder and unlawful disposal of a body.

The suspect and the victim reportedly had a young daughter who is now eight years old. If the suspect is convicted on the murder charges, he would likely lose custody of his child.

For additional information about this case, check out the NJ.com article, “Husband, Mother-in-Law Charged in Killing of N.J. Native.”

Randolph NJ Juvenile Arrest LawyersThe Randolph Board of Education recently issued a ruling that affirms the decision made by Randolph High School administrators to test several students for drug and alcohol use.

A number of adult residents of Randolph, NJ were angry after they found out that roughly 75 underage students at Randolph High School were forced to undergo drug/alcohol screenings. Administrators at Randolph High School ordered the drug and alcohol tests after a beer bottle was reportedly found in the bleachers during a football game.

The Randolph Township School District later investigated the situation and determined that school officials had a legal right to order the screenings because they had “reasonable suspicion” that the juveniles may have been illegally using drugs or alcohol. Moreover, since no student came forward to admit ownership of the beer bottle, school administrators believed that they needed to test everyone.

The tests reportedly resulted in five high school students testing positive for alcohol use. Officials have not indicated whether any of the students have been charged with a juvenile offense for underage possession of alcohol.

For more information about this case, go to the NJ.com article, “Dozens of Students Rightfully Tested for Drugs, Alcohol, Officials Say.”

Denville NJ DWI AttorneysA Hackettstown, New Jersey woman faces charges for a third offense DWI in Denville, NJ.

The suspect, a 36-year-old resident of Hackettstown in Warren County, NJ, was allegedly driving her car on Route 10 when she committed a traffic violation. Denville NJ patrol cops noticed the suspect driving too slow on the highway, so they stopped her vehicle.

When Denville police officers approached the car, they reportedly smelled marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. A passenger in the car then allegedly told police that he was in possession of marijuana.

The cops ran a check on the suspect and reportedly discovered that her license had been suspended. Police arrested the suspect and charged her with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) and driving with a suspended license.

According to officials, the suspect has at least two past convictions for drunk driving in New Jersey. A third conviction for DWI would lead to severe penalties, including a mandatory term of incarceration in the Morris County Jail in Morristown, New Jersey.

For more information about this case, view the NJ.com article, “Woman with Two DWIs Charged with a 3rd, Report Says.”

Morris Township Traffic AttorneysMorris County Park police officers recently arrested two individuals who reportedly eluded law enforcement after an attempted traffic stop for a traffic violation in Morris Township, NJ.

Two officers with the Morris County Park Police Department were on a drunk driving patrol along I-287 in Morris Township they reportedly observed a vehicle commit a traffic offense. The officers tried to stop the motor vehicle, but the driver allegedly hit the gas and drove away at a high rate of speed.

Morris County Park cops chased after the suspects, who reportedly headed southbound on the highway. The chase ended when the suspects were involved in an auto accident on Exit 33.

Police officers then arrested both the driver and the passenger. The driver, a 30-year-old North Plainfield man, faces criminal charges eluding police and simple possession of marijuana. He has also been cited for multiple traffic offenses, including driving while suspended and Driving While Under the Influence (DUI).

The passenger, a 29-year-old woman from Lakewood, New Jersey, was arrested and charged with illegal drug possession.

For more information about this case, check out the NJ.com article, “2 Charged Following 100-mph Chase, Cops Say.”

Lake Hopatcong Child Abuse Law FirmA grand jury in Morris County, NJ indicted a Lake Hopatcong NJ man who allegedly assaulted his young child.

The suspect is a 25-year-old man from Lake Hopatcong in Morris County, NJ. According to the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, the suspect committed an act of child abuse when he suddenly dropped the victim onto the floor at the Lake Hopatcong home.

Afterwards, someone else reportedly took the victim to Morristown Medical Center for urgent medical treatment.

Morris County law enforcement believes that the suspect grew agitated while having a conversation on the phone and dropped the child.

According to authorities, the suspect later admitted in a Facebook post that he dropped the infant. The suspect was then arrested by police and charged with aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

Now the suspect could be headed to trial in Morris County Superior Court after being indicted by a grand jury.

If the suspect is ultimately convicted on the most serious charges of aggravated assault, a second degree felony, he could face up to 10 years behind bars in New Jersey State Prison.

For further information about this case, see the NJ.com article, “Man Who Allegedly Admitted on Facebook He Dropped Baby Indicted, Report Says.”

East Hanover Robbery LawyersPolice officers recently arrested an Irvington man who allegedly robbed a Five Guys fast food restaurant in East Hanover, NJ.

The suspect is a 38-year-old man from Irvington in Essex County, New Jersey. He has been accused of using a knife to rob the Five Guys Burgers and Fries located on Route 10 in East Hanover, New Jersey.

According to Morris County prosecutors, the suspect walked into the restaurant and threatened multiple employees. After reportedly stealing more than $500, the suspect allegedly exited through a back door and fled the area.

The East Hanover Police Department and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office conducted a joint investigation into the theft crime and identified the suspect as a former employee.

The suspect has been charged with several crimes, including armed robbery, aggravated assault, theft of movable property, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and a certain persons offense.

To learn more about this case, check out the NJ.com article, “Man Charged with Robbing Five Guys Restaurant at Knifepoint.”

Florham Park NJ Juvenile Crime AttorneysFlorham Park NJ police recently apprehended a NY teen who reportedly stole a motor vehicle and then caused an accident during a police pursuit.

The suspect, a 17-year-old boy from NY, reportedly stole the car in Florham Park. According to the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, a patrol officer received an alert about the theft and quickly found the suspect. The cop tried to stop the teen suspect in a parking lot, but suspect allegedly hit the accelerator and tried to drive away.

Only a few moments passed before the juvenile suspect reportedly crashed the stolen vehicle on Park Avenue. The teenager then allegedly tried to make a run for it, but he was soon captured by police.

The suspect has been charged with numerous offenses, including eluding police, possession of a stolen motor vehicle, obstruction of justice, and hindering apprehension. The suspect was also cited for several traffic offenses.

Since the suspect is underage, it is possible that he will be charged as a juvenile, not as an adult.

For more information about this case, see the NJ.com article, “Teen Crashed Stolen Car During Police Chase, Cops Say.”