Morristown New Jersey Criminal Law Post

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Category Archives: Fraud Offenses

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Harding Township Doctor Sentenced to Federal Prison on Tax Fraud Charges

Posted in Fraud Offenses
A man from Harding Township NJ is headed to federal prison after pleading guilty to fraud charges. The suspect, a 56-year-old resident of Harding Township, owned and operated De’Omilia Plastic Surgery. The medical practice was located in Morris County, NJ. According to law enforcement officials, he set up shell companies and used the other fake… Continue Reading

Police Look for Man Who May Have Committed Theft from Pequannock Restaurant Customers

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
Pequannock NJ police are trying to find a man who may have committed a theft at a local business. The theft was allegedly committed in August at a restaurant in Pequannock, New Jersey. According to law enforcement, the suspect worked as a food delivery guy at the Pequannock NJ restaurant. He is said to have… Continue Reading

Parsippany NJ Police Arrest Woman Accused of Committing Check Fraud, Stealing $40,000

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
Parsippany New Jersey police recently arrested an Elizabeth NJ woman who allegedly committed check fraud and stole $40,000 from her boss. According to the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, the suspect committed the fraud crimes over six-month period that lasted from April 2015 to October 2015. While employed at a Parsippany NJ business, the suspect allegedly… Continue Reading

Morris County Authorities Arrest Owner of Roxbury Go-Go Bar Accused of Fraud, Credit Card Theft

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
Authorities recently arrested five men accused of committing credit card theft and other fraud offenses in Roxbury, NJ. The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office spent three months investigating the suspects and eventually determined that criminal charges should be brought against them. The suspects allegedly committed crimes when they obtained money in an amount greater than $500,000.… Continue Reading

Police Search for Suspects Accused of Burglarizing Car, Stealing Credit Cards in Boonton Township NJ

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Property Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
Boonton Township NJ police are investigating a recent car burglary incident at a local park. According to Morris County authorities, the car break-in was committed sometime between 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on July 15, 2016. The victim parked his vehicle at Tourne County Park in Boonton Township, NJ. While the victim walked around the… Continue Reading

Former VP of Soccer Club in Rockaway NJ Avoid Prison for Theft of Funds

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
The former vice president of a Rockaway New Jersey soccer club managed to stay out of prison after pleading guilty to the theft of more than $17,000 in funds from the soccer organization. According to the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, the suspect committed the theft by deception over a four-year period, from April 2011 to… Continue Reading

Woman Charged with Theft by Deception, Allegedly Stole $225K from Mount Olive NJ Laser Company

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A woman employed by an industrial laser business in Mount Olive New Jersey allegedly stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from the company. According to Morris County law enforcement, the suspect worked as the bookkeeper for Haas Laser Technologies, an industrial laser company in the Flanders section of Mount Olive, NJ. On February 4, the… Continue Reading

Morris County NJ Grand Jury Indicts Roxbury Landfill Operator on Charges of Theft by Deception

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A Morris County grand jury indicted a man who used to operate a Roxbury NJ landfill on fraud charges. The 61-year-old suspect, who resides in Millstone, New Jersey, runs Strategic Environmental Partners. He also formerly served as the operator of the Fenimore Landfill in Roxbury, NJ. According to Morris County prosecutors, the suspect lied about… Continue Reading

Police Arrest Mine Hill NJ Man Who Allegedly Committed Fraud, Lied about Military Service Record

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A Mine Hill man has been accused of committing fraud by lying about his military record so that he could receive undeserved gifts. According to the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, the 66-year-old suspect lied and said that he was a POW in Vietnam. The suspect also reportedly told a false story about how he saved… Continue Reading

Three Men Allegedly Used Fake Credit Cards at Stores in Riverdale, Paramus, New Jersey

Posted in Drug Charges, Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses, Traffic Violations, Uncategorized
Riverdale NJ police recently arrested three people who allegedly used fraudulent credit cards to make purchases at local businesses. The Riverdale Police Department got a call about suspicious activity by a customer at a Target store on State Route 23 in Riverdale, New Jersey. A Target loss prevention officer told police that the suspect was… Continue Reading

Randolph NJ Woman Gets Probation for Embezzlement, Theft of $75,000 from Dentist

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A Randolph New Jersey woman was recently spared prison time and instead sentenced to probation for the theft of $75,000 from a local dentist. The thefts are said to have occurred over a three-year period. According to Morris County prosecutors, the suspect took $75K from her former employer in Randolph, NJ. The suspect was employed… Continue Reading

Mine Hill Man Accused of Lying about Military Service Record, Charged with Theft by Deception in Wharton, NJ

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
Wharton NJ police arrested a man who allegedly committed fraud when he lied about his military service record. According to Wharton officials, the suspect said that he was a prisoner of war during Vietnam. Additionally, the suspect allegedly lied about his military record so that he could wrongfully obtain a new deck for his home.… Continue Reading

Flanders NJ Woman Charged with Filing False Police Report in Boonton Township, New Jersey

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Public Justice Crimes, Theft and Fraud Offenses
Boonton Township NJ police recently apprehended a woman who allegedly lied about a violent robbery so that she could get refills on prescription medications. According to Boonton authorities, the suspect claimed that she was robbed in a local parking lot and that the robbers stole her prescribed medicine. The suspect, a 42-year-old woman who lives… Continue Reading

Franklin Lakes NJ Behavior Analyst Charged with Sexual Assault, Allegedly Abused Young Patients

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Sex Crimes
Police recently busted a Franklin Lakes man who allegedly committed multiple sexual assaults against three minors. The 31-year-old suspect is employed as a behavior analyst in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. He allegedly committed the sexual offenses against three of his young patients. The suspect reportedly engaged in sexual contact with the three children. Authorities have… Continue Reading

NJ State Police Look for Man Accused of Using Stolen Credit Card at Victory Gardens Liquor Store

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
NJ State Police are searching for a man who allegedly used a stolen credit card to buy beer from a liquor store in Victory Gardens, New Jersey. According to authorities, the suspect committed the fraud at the Lakeland Liquor Store in Victory Gardens, NJ. The suspect reportedly entered the store on October 30, the night… Continue Reading

Former Mount Olive Attorney Allegedly Committed Identity Theft, Fraud in Real Estate Closing

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A lawyer who used to practice law in Flanders NJ allegedly impersonated another lawyer so that he could steal more than $75K. According to Morris County NJ prosecutor, the 47-year-old suspect committed the identity theft during a real estate closing and stole funds that were intended for the seller of the property. The New Jersey… Continue Reading

Three Men Busted in Parsippany, Allegedly Planned to Sell Marijuana, Cocaine

Posted in Drug Charges, Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses, Weapons Offenses
Police in Parsippany New Jersey recently arrested three individuals accused of engaging in a drug and counterfeiting scheme and arranging a drug transaction in a local parking lot. Authorities started their investigation into the suspects after someone came forward claiming to be a victim of one of the suspects. The victim told police that the… Continue Reading

Washington Township NJ Police Arrest Three Men Who Allegedly Committed Credit Card Fraud at Target Store

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
Washington Township NJ police recently arrested three New York City men accused of committing credit card fraud at a local Target store. According to authorities, the suspects attempted to use stolen credit cards to buy a number of items at the Target store located on Route 46 in Washington Township, New Jersey. The suspects reportedly… Continue Reading

Butler New Jersey Firefighter Accused of Stealing Auto Parts, Donations to Firehouse

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A Butler NJ firefighter allegedly hid stolen auto parts at the local firehouse and stole donations to the Butler fire department. According to Butler law enforcement, the 29-year-old suspect stole in excess of $5,000 worth of auto parts and then hid the stolen parts at the local firehouse, which is located on Carey Avenue in… Continue Reading

Florham Park Accountant Admits Forging Company Check, Pleads Guilty to Theft by Deception

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A man who used to work as an accountant for Kushner Co. in Florham Park NJ has pleaded guilty to forging a company check in the amount of $125,000. The 34-year-old suspect, who hails from East Orange, served as a staff accountant for Kushner Co. in Florham Park, New Jersey. According to authorities, the suspect… Continue Reading

Franklin NJ Home School Treasurer Allegedly Stole $8K, Faces Charges for Theft by Deception

Posted in Fraud Offenses, Theft and Fraud Offenses
A woman who served as treasurer of a Franklin Borough elementary school association allegedly stole $8,000 from the group. The 40-year-old suspect was the treasurer for the Franklin Elementary School’s Home and School Association in Franklin Borough, NJ. As treasurer, the suspect had immediate access to group money. According to authorities, the suspect used checks,… Continue Reading