New Jersey State Troopers Arrest Alabama Fugitive Who Allegedly Possessed Loaded Handgun and Drugs

Handgun Possession Attorney Riverdale NJNJ State troopers recently apprehended an Alabama man who was allegedly a fugitive and wanted by law enforcement. The suspect is Corey Shane Cagle, a 41-year-old man from Centre, Alabama. According to New Jersey authorities, Cagle was involved in a multi-car accident on Route 287 in Riverdale, NJ. New Jersey State troopers responded to the scene, found Cagle, and ran a computer check on him. That’s when they reportedly learned that he was wanted by authorities in Alabama on drug charges.

According to criminal complaints filed in Morris County, NJ, a New Jersey State trooper searched Cagle’s Dodge Ram 3500 and came across marijuana and prescription painkillers in a jar. Police also reportedly discovered a loaded Smith & Wesson Model 438 .38-caliber revolver in the car. (The gun was reportedly loaded with ammunition: Hornady Critical Defense .38-caliber hollow point bullets.) When Cagle was searched at police headquarters, police allegedly found him carrying marijuana rolling papers.

Severe Penalties for Criminal Weapons Offenses in Riverdale, NJ

Cagle has been charged with a number of crimes in both New Jersey and Alabama. It is likely that Cagle will have to face the consequences of his Riverdale criminal charges before possibly being extradited to Alabama to stand trial on the other charges. The NJ criminal charges include unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of hollow point bullets, simple possession of marijuana, drug paraphernalia possession, and illegal prescription drug possession.

Although Cagle’s status as a fugitive probably meant that he was not licensed to carry the handgun in Alabama, even a valid carry permit from Alabama would not have mattered in New Jersey. That’s because NJ applies its own laws to residents and out-of-state visitors. A person without a handgun permit for New Jersey will be subject to criminal weapons charges, including harsh penalties set forth by the NJ Graves Act. Those penalties can include minimum mandatory prison sentences for gun crime offenders.

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“Click It or Ticket” Campaign Targets Motorists Who Fail to Wear Seat Belts in Morris County, New Jersey

Seatbelt Ticket Lawyers Morristown NJPolice departments throughout Morris County plan to target motorists who fail to wear their seatbelts, beginning this week and running through June 3. This crackdown on seatbelt violators is part of the annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign in NJ, a campaign that calls for law enforcement in Morris County and elsewhere in New Jersey to issue extra traffic tickets to those who violate state and local seat belt laws. The zero-tolerance policy for seatbelt violations is intended to signal to drivers and passengers that it is unacceptable to be in a moving car without wearing a seatbelt. The hope is that the crackdown will result in a significant reduction in fatal traffic accidents.

The campaign to reduce fatal traffic crashes includes an effort by the NJ Division of Highway Traffic Safety (DHTS) to use social media. The DHTS recently posted a message on the agency’s Twitter account: “Seatbelts are the most important safety feature in your car, and are there for a reason – they could be the difference that saves your life in a crash. Click it or ticket!” The DHTS has noted that motorists who wear seat belts are 75% more likely to survive a car wreck than motorists who fail to wear seat belts.

Speeding Violators and Drunk Drivers Face Harsh Penalties in Morristown, NJ

Statistics indicate that roughly 94 percent of New Jersey drivers and passengers wear seat belts. However, the motorists who do not buckle up are at a heightened risk of being catastrophically injured, or killed, in a car accident. That’s why NJ police are trying to encourage motorists to “click it” when getting into their motor vehicles. The “Click It or Ticket” campaign has reportedly been effective at reducing serious traffic accidents in previous years. In 2017, for instance, New Jersey police issued almost 17,800 traffic tickets during the two-week campaign, with NJ State Police troopers issuing more than 4,000 of tickets. Moreover, NJ police also issued 6,363 citations for speeding and charged 976 motorists with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) during the 2017 campaign.

A total of eight police departments in Morris County are participating in the DHTS campaign this year: Chatham, Denville, Harding, Kinnelon, Morris Plains, Netcong, Parsippany-Troy Hills, and Rockaway, New Jersey. A total of 173 police departments in Bergen County, Essex County, Sussex County, Warren County, and other counties in NJ are also participating in this year’s “Click It or Ticket” campaign. Most of the police departments will be receiving a $5,500 grant from the state for their participation.

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Suspect Charged with Burglary & Theft for Alleged Theft of Minibikes in Mendham Borough, New Jersey

Theft Lawyer Morristown NJA Randolph, New Jersey man was arrested after allegedly stealing almost $5,000 worth of minibikes and skis and selling them to a pawnshop in Morristown, NJ. The suspect is Lennon J. Freed, a 32-year-old man from Randolph in Morris County, New Jersey. According to law enforcement officials, Freed burglarized two stores in Mendham Borough, NJ in early September 2017 and stole several expensive items, including minibikes and skis. He then allegedly took the stolen goods to Perfect Pawn, a pawnshop located on Speedwell Avenue in Morristown, NJ, and sold them for less than $200. Detectives with both the Mendham Borough Police Department and the Morristown Police Department investigated the break-ins in Mendham Borough and eventually tracked the stolen merchandise to the pawnshop in Morristown. Investigators reportedly found shop receipts that showed that Freed sold seven items one day and nine items the following day. Authorities believe that most of what Freed sold to the Morristown pawnshop was stolen during the burglaries in Mendham, New Jersey.

Although law enforcement quickly identified Freed as the main suspect in the Mendham Borough burglary and theft case, placed him under arrest was another story entirely. Prosecutors in Morris County charged Freed with multiple crimes in September 2017, but he was not taken into police custody until recently. Even though Freed had a warrant out for his arrest, he was not arrested until this past week when he turned himself in to Morristown police.

Severe Penalties for Felony Theft Crime Charges in Morris County, New Jersey

Now that Freed has been arrested, he will face several criminal charges. Court records indicate that Freed has been charged with theft of movable property, as well as two counts of burglary. Since the retail value of the items Freed allegedly stole is greater than $500, he will probably face third degree theft crime charges. If Freed had been accused of stealing merchandise valued at less than $200, he would likely have been charged with a disorderly persons offense. (This typically happens in NJ shoplifting cases.) Instead, Freed has been charged with a third degree crime that is punishable by up to five years behind bars in NJ State Prison. Beyond that, Freed could be ordered to pay restitution to the victims of the thefts.

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Teenagers in Roxbury, NJ Accused of Posting Threatening Image of Gun on Social Media

Juvenile Crime Lawyers Roxbury NJTwo students at Roxbury Township High School were recently placed under arrest and charged with terroristic threats for allegedly posting a threatening message and image of a gun on Snapchat. According to authorities in Roxbury, New Jersey, the two juveniles, a 16-year-old boy and a 17-year-old boy, used social media to deliver the threat. The message reportedly read as follows: “I just can’t wait to get back from Spring Break.”

A short time after 1:30 p.m., the Roxbury Township Police Department got word of the threatening message and sent Roxbury cops to the school to make sure that anyone in the building was safe. The next day, despite the fact that it was still spring break for students in the Roxbury School District, police officers remained stationed at the school. Meanwhile, Roxbury detectives investigated and determined the identities of the two teenage suspects. Both were later arrested by Roxbury law enforcement.

Roxbury High School officials sent an email to parents of students at the school and assured them that the situation was under control. The same email, written by Roxbury Superintendent Loretta Radulic, was later posted on the official school website.

Harsh Penalties for Juvenile Offenses in Roxbury, NJ

The two suspects have been charged with multiple juvenile crime offenses for terroristic threats, causing false public alarm, and cyber harassment. While the case works its way through the criminal justice system, the suspects are being detained at the Morris County Juvenile Detention Center in Morristown, NJ.

If the underage suspects are ultimately convicted on the most serious charges of terroristic threats, they could potentially face severe penalties. Although the NJ juvenile justice system tends to emphasize treatment and rehabilitation over incarceration, NJ prosecutors will still go after defendants accused of committing certain kinds of juvenile threat crimes – particularly after the recent school shootings in Florida and elsewhere that have drawn much public scrutiny over the inability of law enforcement to keep children safe.

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If your child was arrested and charged with a juvenile crime in Roxbury, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Dover, Morristown, or anywhere else in Morris County, NJ, it is imperative that you talk to a qualified Morris County juvenile crime lawyer. Travis J. Tormey is an experienced New Jersey juvenile crime attorney who can defend your child against serious charges. Contact Attorney Tormey today.

Ex-Teacher Charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault of Juveniles in in Elizabeth, NJ

Elizabeth Sexual Assault SuspectAn ex-teacher at a middle school in Elizabeth, NJ was recently indicted on sexual assault charges. The defendant is Robert Goodlin, a 75-year-old man who previously taught at an Elizabeth middle school. Goodlin has been accused of sexually assaulting two underage students numerous times over a period of approximately 10 years.

The Union County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit started an investigation into Goodlin and ultimately concluded that he should be arrested and criminally charged. According to law enforcement officials, Goodlin sexually assaulted one juvenile victim from 1993 to 1998 while he worked as an industrial technology teacher at Joseph Battin School No. 4 in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Goodlin allegedly sexually assaulted the second underage victim in 2002 and 2003.

Despite the allegations against him, Goodlin was allowed to resign his teaching position at the Elizabeth, NJ middle school without being terminated. This allowed Goodlin to later work as a substitute teacher in other NJ school districts. Now the New Jersey legislature is looking to prevent this from happening in the future by passing a law to require schools to disclose sexual abuse allegations against teachers.

Severe Penalties for Sexual Assault in Elizabeth, New Jersey

Both alleged victims in the sex crime case were under 18. As a result, Goodlin has been charged with aggravated sexual assault. Unless Goodlin works out a plea agreement with prosecutors, he will probably stand trial in Union County Superior Court. He was already indicted by a Union County grand jury on 14 criminal counts: aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, aggravated criminal sexual contact, criminal sexual contact, and endangering the welfare of a child.

If the eventual trial results in Goodlin being convicted on the aggravated sexual assault charges, he would face significant prison time. As set forth by N.J.S.A. 2C:14-2, aggravated sexual assault is a first degree felony that carries a penalty of 10-20 years in NJ State Prison.

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Were you arrested and charged with sexual assault, criminal sexual contact, child endangerment, or any other sex crime in Union County or Morris County, NJ? Then you should talk to a qualified criminal defense lawyer immediately. Travis J. Tormey is a skilled criminal attorney who can help you beat your charges. Contact him now to schedule a free initial consultation.

Were You Arrested and Charged with Disorderly Conduct at the St. Paddy’s Parade in Morristown, NJ?

Morristown St. Patrick's Day Parade Criminal LawyersThe 39th annual Morris County St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 10th in Morristown, NJ. The Morristown parade is the largest Saint Paddy’s celebration in New Jersey and should draw more than 50,000 people, if the weather isn’t too bad this weekend. The parade will begin at the Morristown Town Hall on South Street and go past the Morristown Green, ending at Morristown High School on Atno Avenue.

Although the parade is a source of fun for most of the people in attendance, it can also be a source of trouble for some people. Every year, numerous individuals are arrested and face criminal charges and municipal ordinance violations. The reality is that a lot of the people in attendance at the parade will be frequenting many of the local Morristown businesses, including bars and restaurants that serve alcohol. Since law enforcement expects alcohol to cause problems for some of the parade attendees, police will be out in full force to try to “keep the peace.”

The most common citation issued by Morristown law enforcement at the St. Patrick’s Day parade is for disorderly conduct. There will also likely be citations and tickets issued for underage drinking, disturbing the peace, open containers of alcohol, simple assault, and resisting arrest. Moreover, minors could be cited for possession of fake IDs, while others could be arrested and face criminal charges for smoking marijuana.

If you are arrested and charged with a crime or a municipal ordinance violation at this year’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Morristown, NJ, you need to talk to an experienced criminal attorney. The Morristown criminal defense lawyers at the Tormey Law Firm know how to help you fight your St. Patrick’s Day Parade charges and avoid a criminal conviction. Our skilled legal team has successfully gotten criminal charges downgraded or dismissed altogether. To discuss your case, call our office in Morristown at (908) 336-5008 or fill out our online contact form.

Disorderly Conduct Charges & Penalties in Morristown, New Jersey

Disorderly conduct is one of the most common charges issued to individuals attending the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Morristown, New Jersey. That’s because disorderly conduct is a broad charge that covers a lot of behavior that might be considered “improper” by law enforcement – including the use of offensive language. As set forth by N.J.S.A. 2C:33-2, “improper behavior” means anything that causes or creates a risk of public inconvenience, annoyance, or alarm. Sometimes, this can involve fighting or other physical altercations. In a lot of instances, Morristown police issue a citation for disorderly conduct after someone has been drinking alcohol and lost control. A conviction for disorderly conduct is New Jersey is punishable by a sentence of up to 30 days in the local county jail and a fine of $500.

Alcohol-Related Charges at Morristown St. Patrick’s Day Parade

A lot of criminal charges and ordinance violations issued at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Morristown involve alcohol. For example, police can issue citations for open containers of alcohol – this happens when a parade attendee leaves a bar or restaurant with an alcoholic drink in hand. Additionally, underage people in possession of alcohol or false identification are also often charged with criminal offenses on St. Patrick’s Day. Since people tend to drink on Saint Patrick’s Day, couples can become involved in domestic violence incidents stemming from their alcohol use. A domestic dispute in Morristown, NJ can result in serious criminal charges and a restraining order. Finally, DWI/DUI charges are commonly brought against people who get drunk and then attempt to drive home from the St. Paddy’s Day Parade.

Marijuana Possession Arrests & Charges at Morristown St. Paddy’s Day Parade

Until NJ legislators change the drug laws in the state, possession and use of marijuana is strictly prohibited by the New Jersey Criminal Code. As a result, thousands of people end up being charged with simple possession of marijuana under 50 grams throughout Morris County and the rest of NJ every year. During the Morristown Saint Paddy’s Day Parade, police will be on the lookout for people who smell of marijuana, people who are found smoking marijuana, and people who are driving in the area with marijuana in their car. If you are charged with simple possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana in Morristown, it is considered a disorderly persons offense. A conviction could lead to you being sentenced to up to 6 months in the Morris County Jail, fined up to $1,000, and the loss of your driver’s license for 6 months.

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If you attended the Morris County St. Paddy’s Day Parade and now face drug charges, alcohol charges, or disorderly conduct charges in Morristown, NJ, you need skilled legal representation. Contact the Tormey Law Firm in Morristown now at (908) 336-5008 to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced criminal attorney.

For more information about this year’s Morristown St. Patrick’s Day Parade, visit the parade day website.

Morristown, NJ Man Allegedly Robbed Victim Outside Local Wells Fargo Bank

Morristown Carjacking LawyersA man from Morristown, New Jersey has been charged with several crimes after he allegedly committed a carjacking at a bank. The suspect is 37-year-old Michael Conway, who lives in Morristown in Morris County, NJ. According to authorities, Conway used a handgun to hold up a victim in the parking lot of the Wells Fargo Bank on Ridgedale Avenue in Morristown. When the victim pulled his car into the bank parking lot at approximately 5:40 p.m., Conway allegedly approached the vehicle on foot. Conway then allegedly told the driver that he had a firearm and threatened to shoot him unless he handed over money.

Once the victim gave up his wallet, Conway allegedly instructed him to exit the vehicle. Conway then reportedly got behind the wheel and drove away with both the victim’s cash and the victim’s car.

The Morristown Police Department and the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office conducted a joint investigation into the theft offense and eventually found the stolen vehicle. An arrest warrant was subsequently issued for Conway. Morristown police officers later located Conway and arrested him without incident.

Harsh Penalties for Carjacking in Morris County, New Jersey

Conway faces numerous criminal charges: carjacking, robbery, and auto theft. Conway has not yet been charged with any weapons offenses because authorities are unclear as to whether he actually possessed a gun during the alleged carjacking incident.

The most serious charge against Conway is the carjacking charge, which is considered a first degree felony under N.J.S.A. 2C:15-2. The statute classifies carjacking as a special type of first degree felony, so it can result in enhanced penalties. While most first degree crimes carry a maximum punishment of 20 years in NJ State Prison, carjacking can result in a sentence of 30 years behind bars because it is a particularly dangerous violent crime.

After Conway was identified and placed under arrest, he was moved to Morristown police headquarters so that he could be processed. He was later taken to the Morris County Jail in Morristown, New Jersey, where he is being held until a bail hearing. Depending on the outcome of the detention hearing in Morris County Superior Court, Conway may be required to remain incarcerated until his case is resolved. That’s because new bail guidelines in NJ call for defendants who have been accused of violent criminal offenses to stay behind bars while the charges remain pending.

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The Tormey Law Firm is a legal team that handles all kinds of criminal charges in New Jersey, including charges for carjacking, armed robbery, auto theft, and aggravated assault. If you or a loved one was arrested and charged with a violent crime in Morristown, NJ, our experienced criminal attorneys can help. Contact us immediately to schedule a free initial consultation.

Blairstown, NJ Man Accused of Molesting Teens at Budd Lake Bagel Shop

Mount Olive Sex Crime AttorneyA man who runs a bagel shop located in Mount Olive, NJ faces criminal charges for allegedly molesting three boys who were employed at the restaurant. The suspect is Bajram Leka, a 58-year-old from Blairstown in Warren County, NJ. Leka owns Adams Hot Bagels and Grill, a restaurant on Route 46 in the Budd Lake part of Mount Olive Township. According to police, Leka “inappropriately” touched the three victims while supervising them at the restaurant and grill. The victims’ identities have not been revealed by authorities.

Two of the alleged victims initially contacted law enforcement to report that Leka had committed the sex offenses. Mount Olive Township police detectives investigated the sex crime allegations and found a third victim. At the conclusion of the investigation, a warrant was issued for Leka’s arrest. The Budd Lake bagel restaurant owner then turned himself in to Mount Olive police. He was processed at police headquarters and moved to the Morris County Correctional Facility in Morristown, NJ.

Severe Penalties for Criminal Sexual Contact in Morris County, New Jersey

Leka faces criminal charges for three counts of criminal sexual contact. This is felony-level offense with severe penalties that include prison time, a criminal record, and a requirement to register as a sex offender. N.J.S.A. 2C:14-3 stipulates that criminal sexual contact is either a third degree felony or a fourth degree felony, depending on the circumstances of the offense. In this case, Leka has been charged with fourth degree criminal sexual contact. In certain cases when the prosecution can’t bring charges of aggravated sexual assault, the defendant may be charged with criminal sexual contact instead. A conviction in the Budd Lake sex crime case could result in Leka, the defendant, being ordered to serve 18 months in NJ State Prison.

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If you’ve been arrested and charged with a sex crime like criminal sexual contact or sexual assault in Morris County, NJ, you need to speak with a qualified criminal lawyer. Travis J. Tormey and the other attorneys at the Tormey Law Firm can help you fight your sex crime charges and avoid the most severe penalties. Contact us now to discuss your options.

Jefferson Township Man Allegedly Assaulted Girlfriend, Resisted Arrest

New Jersey State Trooper ShootingAuthorities have cleared a New Jersey State Police trooper who shot a domestic violence suspect in Jefferson Township last year. The police shooting happened in May 2017. New Jersey State troopers went to a residence on Brady Road in Jefferson Township, NJ after police received a report of an assault. According to officials, the suspect’s girlfriend was found walking along Route 80 with visible injuries to her face. Police determined that the suspect assaulted his girlfriend in a car on Route 80 and then ordered the victim out of the car before driving away.

When NJ State Police troopers went to the Jefferson Township home of the suspect, they found 36-year-old Matthew Gerndt inside the house. Gerndt allegedly charged at police when they entered the home. One of the troopers then shot at Gerndt, striking him one time in the left buttock. Gerndt was then placed under arrest and taken to Morristown Medical Center for medical treatment. Gerndt’s blood was drawn at the hospital, with the blood test reportedly showing that Gerndt had a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .29 percent. Although Gerndt’s BAC was significantly higher than the legal limit of .08 percent in NJ, he was not charged with Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) because police could not prove that he was driving a motor vehicle while drunk.

Gerndt was still charged with multiple crimes: domestic violence assault and resisting arrest. Those criminal charges are still pending, so Gerndt would likely face severe penalties if he is convicted in Morris County Superior Court in Morristown, New Jersey.

NJ State Trooper Cleared in Shooting of Domestic Violence Suspect

The New Jersey State trooper who shot Gerndt was investigated by the NJ Attorney General’s Office, which is what happens in all NJ police shootings. That investigation led to the trooper being cleared of wrongdoing in the case. According to officials, the trooper was legally justified in the shooting because Gerndt attempted to assault the troopers when they entered the Jefferson Township house.

Investigators said that the New Jersey State troopers clearly identified themselves as police officers before opening each door inside the residence. The troopers also got authorization from the landlord prior to going inside the home.

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Mendham Township Cop Claimed That Superiors Ordered Him to Target Young Drivers for Traffic Tickets

Mendham Township Traffic LawyersA police officer with the Mendham Township Police Department has settled a lawsuit that alleged that he got denied job promotions because he refused to issue traffic tickets to younger drivers. The case involved Mendham Township Patrol Officer Robert Wysokowski and highlighted what some believe to be a serious problem among police departments through NJ: police profiling of certain types of young drivers by municipalities who are trying to generate quick cash through traffic tickets.

Wysokowski claimed that Mendham Sergeant Stephen Crawford ordered patrol cops to target young motorists to help the police department meet ticket quotas. According to Wysokowski, Crawford told him to “pull over any car with a group of young drivers.” Additionally, said Wysokowski, Crawford told him and other Mendham Township police officers to be on the lookout for motor vehicles with visible Morris County College parking permits.

Wysokowski reportedly refused to profile young drivers, prompting his bosses to retaliate against him in various ways. For example, claimed Wysokowski, he was denied multiple job promotion opportunities. Moreover, said Wysokowski, his superiors repeatedly gave him low ratings and performance reviews that made it difficult for him to secure pay bonuses.

Civil Lawsuit Over Alleged Traffic Quotas in Mendham Township, NJ

When Wysokowski filed a discrimination complaint and claimed whistleblower status, the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office conducted an internal affairs probe. That probe did not find any evidence of criminal conduct by anyone associated with the Mendham Township Police Department – so no criminal charges were filed in the case.

However, Wysokowski was still able to file a civil lawsuit seeking damages related to alleged employment discrimination. Wysokowski filed the civil suit in Morris County Superior Court and alleged that his bosses told him that targeting younger drivers for traffic violations would be considered “good police work.” The case did not reach trial in court because Wysokowski ultimately settled the lawsuit with Mendham Township for $650,000.

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