Riverdale NJ Credit Card Fraud AttorneysRiverdale 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

A 24-year-old volunteer firefighter from Jefferson Township, who was accused of stealing gas and money from the department, was admitted into the Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) program in Morris County earlier this month. As part of his PTI admission, he gave up his position at the department and agreed never to seek public employment. He will be on probation for 18 months, must pay $320 in restitution to the fire department, and complete 50 hours of community service. If he complies with these conditions of PTI and stays out of trouble, the charges will be dismissed at the end of the probation.
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A 35-year-old Pequannok man has been charged with criminal mischief and defiant trespassing after an argument led to him slashing tires on an SUV and a trailer. The motive was an argument where someone told him to stop driving his four-wheeler on their property. He apparently was not happy with this and retaliated by slashing the property owners tires. He was apprehended by police after someone took a picture of him with their cell phone at the scene of the crime. An officer was able to identify the man from the photo and questioned him at his home. They then inspected his four wheeler and arrested him for criminal mischief and defiant trespassing, two disorderly persons offenses.
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A suspected drunk driver was arrested by Hanover PD after driving around in circles in a parking lot on Ridgedale Avenue. When officers arrived, they found him drinking in the vehicle and he also had vials containing small amounts of synthetic marijuana, according to the NJ.com article. The driver claimed he was lost. He was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI), reckless driving, possession of a controlled dangerous substance (CDS), possession of CDS in a motor vehicle, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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Hanover police are looking for a man after the theft of a laptop from a Radio Shack display on Ridgedale Avenue last Thursday. A store employee called police after a laptop was taken off a display in the store by a man described as 40 years old, standing 6 foot 4. He also had a dark spot on his face above his upper lip and was wearing jeans and a denim jacket. The theft occurred around 1:45 p.m. as employees saw the man around the display and then quickly leave the store. The laptop was an Acer Aspire notebook worth $299.00.
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A Boontown township police officer responded to a 911 call from a driver requesting assistance around 1:30 a.m. earlier this month and found a Dover woman who was apparently intoxicated. The woman called 911 and gave a description of her vehicle but hung up before providing her location. Police canvassed the area and found a vehicle with a similar description. When police approached the vehicle, the driver was incoherent from intoxication and was unable to perform field sobriety tests.
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