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October 2013 Archives

Woman facing charges for hosting drinking party

A New Jersey woman is facing criminal charges in connection with an Oct. 19 party she hosted at her Tenafly home. The woman, age 44, is facing drug charges, as well as maintaining a nuisance. She is also accused of permitting underage alcohol consumption at the party. Authorities report that a cursory search of the home revealed open containers of alcohol, along with evidence of drug use. Marijuana and cocaine were likely consumed at the party, according to officers.

Rabbis charged in torture-for-hire case

A bizarre criminal case in New Jersey has led to the arraignment of two Orthodox Jewish rabbis in New Jersey after an investigation into an alleged torture-for-hire scheme. The two men, along with eight others who are not affiliated with the religion, are accused of several felonies in connection with the case. The group is accused of inflicting physical injury upon men who refused to grant their wives religious divorces.

Reggae icon's son denied bond reduction

The youngest son of reggae star Peter Tosh has been denied a reduction in bail by prosecutors in New Jersey. The young man, whose attorneys presented YouTube videos in court, is facing charges for drug possession after authorities reportedly found more than 65 pounds of marijuana in his car in June.

DUI defendant denied shortened sentence

A New Jersey judge has denied an application for a reduced sentence from a man who had been convicted of killing his fiancé in a drunk driving crash. The defendant had been attempting to appeal his seven-year prison sentence that had been handed down after the 2009 incident. Officials say the man was intoxicated when he wrecked his BMW on the way back from a dinner to celebrate the couple's engagement. The vehicle burst into flames and flipped over, killing the woman.

Father of child who shot friend facing charges

A New Jersey man whose son allegedly shot a neighborhood friend in Toms River is facing charges for felonies in connection with the incident. The shooting occurred in early April, when the 4-year-old child and the 6-year-old victim were playing at the man's home. The 33-year-old father of the child is now facing child endangerment charges for his role in the boy's death. Official charges in the case include second- and third-degree child endangerment charges, along with a violation of disorderly persons statutes.

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