Your right to legally possess a handgun or other type of firearm in Morris County is protected by the U.S. Constitution, but that doesn’t mean that the right is absolute. When you exceed the bounds of the law and commit what is known as a gun crime in New Jersey, you can be arrested, charged
Morris County CrimeStoppers is offering a reward of $1,000 reward for information which leads to an arrest in the armed robbery of a deli in Dover, New Jersey.
Continue Reading Police Looking for Clues in Armed Robbery of Dover NJ Deli
A Randolph man was recently sentenced to more than a decade in federal prison for committing an armed robbery at a local bank in 2013.
Continue Reading Suspect Sentenced to Nearly 12 Years for Bank Robbery in Randolph, New Jersey
A Riverdale man who was already incarcerated on burglary charges now faces new charges for allegedly burglarizing a business in Bloomingdale, New Jersey.
Continue Reading Riverdale NJ Man Already Behind Bars on Burglary Charges, Faces New Theft Charges
Two people from Texas were arrested after allegedly driving through Pequannock NJ with a handgun loaded with hollow-point bullets.
Continue Reading Pequannock NJ Police Arrest Texas Woman Who Allegedly Had Handgun, Hollow-Point Bullets
Police arrested a Basking Ridge NJ man who allegedly committed an armed robbery spree in Sussex and Morris counties.
Continue Reading Basking Ridge NJ Man Charged in Morris County NJ Armed Robbery Spree
Two men suspected of heading a New Jersey drug distribution ring recently received prison sentences.
Continue Reading Men Sentenced in Morristown for Allegedly Leading New Jersey Drug Ring
NJ Attorney General John Hoffman recently issued a directive about sentencing guidelines for out-of-state residents charged with illegal handgun possession.
Continue Reading Out-of-State Residents Now Eligible for PTI in New Jersey Gun Possession Cases
The weapon possession case against a former NY Jets football player was postponed after attorneys agreed to reschedule proceedings.
Continue Reading Ex-Jets Football Player Gets Gun Case Postponed, Still Scheduled to Appear in Morristown Court
A Sussex County man failed to convince the United States Supreme Court to hear his challenge to the “justifiable need” provision in New Jersey’s gun law.
Continue Reading U.S. Supreme Court Decides Against Hearing Challenge to NJ Gun Law