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July 2014 Archives

New Jersey man facing aggravated assault charge

A Bayonne man is facing charges of endangering an incapacitated victim by fleeing the scene and aggravated assault after reportedly punching a man around 4 p.m. on July 18. On July 21, he made his first appearance in court, and his bail was set at $40,000 with a 10 percent cash option.

3 New Jersey men detained for drug, fake ID operation

Wayne police say that three men were detained after a four-month-long investigation surrounding the sale of fake IDs to high school kids and drug dealing. A 20-year-old man allegedly organized the fake ID and drug operation with his 19-year-old brother and a 20-year-old friend. Police say that they began investigating the trio in March when the man believed to be leading the operation went to the DMV to take a license exam with fake documents.

New Jersey brothers and mother detained in bank robbery

Two brothers, aged 28 and 23, as well as their mother, were placed in custody in relation to the events surrounding the alleged robbery of a Woodbury bank. Woodbury police say that they responded to a report of a robbery at the bank in the 400 block of Mantua Avenue at approximately 2:30 p.m. on the afternoon of July 5. A man had allegedly entered the bank and handed a teller a note demanding cash and had claimed to have a firearm. The teller reportedly obliged the man's demand for money. However, police said that the suspect in the robbery had exited the bank by the time police arrived.

New Jersey man accused of shoplifting, drug possession

On July 7, police received a report of a theft at a Franklin Walmart. When officers arrived at the scene, they obtained details of the incident and reviewed video surveillance. The videos apparently showed a 25-year-old Hamburg resident attempting to return stolen merchandise in exchange for cash.

Judge reduces bail for 2 accused of being involved in drug ring

Two New Jersey men who were taken into police custody in mid-June after being accused of being co-conspirators in a heroin ring had their bail reduced by a judge on June 26. The bail reduction was permitted after the judge was persuaded that the Wildwood residents could lose their jobs and that the loss of income would not allow them to pay for their legal representation; she noted that the bail would also cause undue hardship for family of one of the accused.

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