Morris County NJ Robbery Lawyers

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.”

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.”

Washington Township NJ Robbery LawyersA Washington Township NJ man allegedly robbed three banks in NJ this month.

According to law enforcement, the suspect robbed TD Bank branches in Morris County and Essex County.

The first theft crime occurred on March 4, 2017 in Roseland, New Jersey. The suspect reportedly entered the building, handed a note to a bank teller, and threatened to shoot the employee with a handgun.

The second theft occurred on March 6, 2017. The suspect reportedly entered a TD Bank on the 400 block of North Beverwyck Road in Parsippany, handed the teller a threatening note, and demanded cash. After getting money, the suspect fled the scene in a car.

The third robbery happened on March 11, 2017. According to authorities, the suspect held up a TD Bank branch located in West Orange, NJ. After reportedly getting over $1,300 in cash, the suspect allegedly drove off in a motor vehicle.

Several law enforcement agencies investigated the robbery spree and eventually identified the possible robber as a 25-year-old man from Washington Township, NJ. Police later arrested the suspect without incident.

The suspect has been charged with multiple counts of armed robbery.

For more information about this case, see the NJ.com article, “Man Charged with Robbing 3 TD Bank Branches in 8 Days.”

Long Hill Township Robbery ChargesLong Hill Township police are searching for a man who allegedly committed an armed robbery at a convenience store.

The suspect reportedly committed the theft offense just before 8:30 p.m. According to law enforcement, he entered the Country Farms convenience store on Division Avenue in the Millington area of Long Hill, approached the clerk, and aimed a handgun at him. The suspect allegedly threatened to harm the store employee unless he handed over money from the register.

After the suspect allegedly got an undisclosed amount of cash, he exited the building and fled the scene on foot.

The Long Hill Township Police Department and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office Major Crimes Unit are conducting a joint investigation into the Long Hill convenience store robbery. In the hopes of spurring the investigation, police released a description of the suspect: he is 5-foot-9 and weighs approximately 175 pounds. Additionally, the suspect reportedly wore military-style clothing during the robbery.

If police can identify and arrest the suspect, he would probably face criminal charges for armed robbery and theft of movable property.

For further information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Police Seek Armed Robber in Military Clothes Who Held Up Convenience Store.”

East Hanover Robbery AttorneysA former employee at a Babies ‘R’ Us located in East Hanover NJ is likely to be sentenced to significant prison time after he was recently convicted of robbing two store workers.

The suspect is a 24-year-old East Orange man. He allegedly used a handgun to hold up the two victims inside the Route 10 store on July 19, 2014. According to the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, the suspect waited until the store was closed and then forced the victims at gunpoint to take $5,500 from a store safe.

The East Hanover Police Department and the Morris County Sheriff’s Office investigated the theft and eventually arrested the suspect.

The suspect faced numerous criminal charges, including armed robbery, burglary, kidnapping, unlawful possession of a weapon, and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose.

A Morris County Superior Court jury later convicted the suspect on most of the charges, with the one exception being the kidnapping charge.

The suspect will make another appearance in Morris County Superior Court at a later date so that he can be sentenced.

For further information about this case, view the DailyRecord.com article, “Jury Convicts Man of Robbing Babies ‘R’ Us in East Hanover.”

Denville New Jersey Robbery AttorneysThree men wanted in connection with the robbery of a New York jewelry store were recently captured in Denville, NJ.

According to authorities, the suspects pulled off the heist at a large jewelry store in Nassau County, New York. The robbers reportedly got away with an undisclosed amount of cash and jewelry.

Now the suspects in the NY robbery are in police custody after the owner of a jewelry store in Morris County NJ recognized them.

The three suspects were inside Tony’s Jewelers on Broadway and acting suspiciously, so the jewelry store owner dialed 911 and notified local law enforcement.

Denville NJ police soon arrived at the scene and placed the suspects under arrest.

The suspects, all of whom are from New York, have been charged with multiple crimes in Morris County NJ, including conspiracy to commit theft, conspiracy to commit burglary, hindering apprehension, and shoplifting.

After being arrested and charged, the suspects were transported to the Morris County Correctional Facility in Morristown, NJ. It is possible that the suspects will eventually be transferred to NY so that they can answer theft charges stemming from the Nassau County jewelry store robbery.

For further information, see the NJ.com article, “Trio Wanted in N.Y. Jewelry Store Burglary Caught in Denville, Cops Say.”

Morristown New Jersey Robbery LawyersParsippany police recently arrested a Wayne NJ man who allegedly robbed a person during a road rage incident.

The theft reportedly occurred on Route 80 in Parsippany, NJ. The Parsippany Police Department sent police officers to the parking lot of 1004 Tabor Road a short time before 9:00 p.m. after receiving a report of a fight. When Parsippany cops got to the scene, they discovered the victim.

The victim spoke with police and said that he got into a road rage incident on Route 80, with the suspect following him to the parking lot and then attacking him. During the fight, the victim’s sweatshirt fell off. The suspect allegedly stole the sweatshirt and then drove away.

The suspect, a 30-year-old Wayne resident, later had an arrest warrant issued. He then turned himself in to Parsippany police and was placed under arrest.

The suspect faces criminal charges for robbery, which could lead to severe penalties. As set forth by N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1, robbery is usually classified as a second degree crime. A conviction on robbery charges could result in the suspect being sentenced to 5-10 years in NJ State Prison.

After being arrested and charged, the suspect had his bail set at $5,000. He posted bail and was released from police custody, with a pending court date in Morris County Superior Court in Morristown New Jersey.

For more information about this case, go to the NJ.com article, “Route 80 Road Rage Leads to Robbery, Attack in Parsippany, Cops Say.”

Florham Park Burglary LawyerFlorham Park police are searching for a burglar who allegedly broke into a local home and stole expensive jewelry and electronics.

Police in Florham Park NJ received a report about a home burglary on Birch Lane in Florham Park. When police officers got to the residence, they investigated the reported burglary and looked for signs of a break-in.

Police spoke with the homeowner and learned that she was away from her residence all day. The homeowner told officers that when she got home, she saw that the rear door had been forced open. Once inside, the homeowner saw that several rooms in the house had been ransacked.

Additionally, the homeowner told police that several of her possessions had been taken. The missing items included three laptop computers, a 50-inch plasma television, and a number of expensive pieces of jewelry.

Although Florham Park detectives have not identified a suspect in the burglary, they are actively investigating the incident.

If a suspect is identified and apprehended, they will be subject to serious penalties. That’s because a conviction for third degree burglary could net the offender a sentence of 3–5 years in NJ State Prison.

Anyone with information about the burglary is asked to contact Florham Park detectives at 973-377-2200.

To learn more, see the NJ.com article entitled “Burglars Ransack Florham Park Home, Steal Jewelry, Laptops, Television.”

 

If you are facing burglary or robbery charges in New Jersey, contact Morristown NJ criminal defense attorney Travis J. Tormey for a free consultation about your case.