Morris County NJ Terroristic Threats Lawyers

Morristown NJ Terroristic Threats AttorneysLaw enforcement officials looked into a threat against students at Morristown High School and determined that no one was at risk.

Someone reportedly used the Internet to post a threat on a social media account this weekend. As soon as Morristown High School officials became aware of the nonspecific threat, they contacted the Morris Township Police Department.

Detectives investigated the online threat and determined that it was just a prank.

The principal of the high school later posted a letter online for all parents in the Morris School District to read. The letter indicated that authorities believe the threatening words were not credible and that no one in the school district was at risk of injury. The Morristown High School principal also said that police identified a “person of interest.”

There has been no word about whether the suspect was placed under arrest by law enforcement. Depending on the facts of the case, he may be subject to very serious criminal charges for making terroristic threats.

For further information about this case, view the article, “Social Media Threat Toward High School Deemed a Prank, Principal Says.”

Parsippany NJ Threat Crime AttorneysA Bloomfield New Jersey man was placed under arrest in Parsippany NJ after he allegedly threatened a woman over the Internet.

According to Parsippany law enforcement, the 44-year-old suspect made multiple threats to the 45-year-old female victim while speaking with her online. The suspect allegedly told the victim that he would physically injure her.

The suspect, who lives in Bloomfield, NJ, was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats.

If the suspect is convicted of the very serious criminal charges, he could face significant penalties. As set forth by N.J.S.A. 2C:12-3, terroristic threats is usually classified as a third degree felony. A conviction on third degree terroristic threats charges could result in a sentence of 3-5 years in NJ State Prison.

One potentially important factor in the suspect’s punishment if convicted could be his reported status as a convicted sex offender in New Jersey. According to records kept by the NJ State Police, the suspect was previously convicted of sexual assault in 1997.

The suspect’s punishment in that earlier sex crime case included a requirement to register as a sex offender under Megan’s Law. The suspect is said to be a Tier-3 high-risk offender on the NJ sex offender registry.

After being arrested and charged in the recent case, the suspect was remanded to the Morris County Correctional Facility in Morristown, NJ. He was being held at the jail on a $10K bail amount.

For more information about this case, check out the article, “Man Charged with Online Threat to Parsippany Woman.”