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March 2015 Archives

Man fighting criminal record for gun possession

On March 18, it was announced that an attorney for a New Jersey man who was convicted of second-degree unlawful possession in 2013 was challenging his criminal record. According to the attorney, the state had a firearm amnesty in place when the accused man was taken into custody, meaning that he should not have been charged. The firearm amnesty, which was in effect between August 2013 and February 2014, allowed individuals to be in possession of firearms that were acquired either legally or illegally.

Police investigation results in multiple drug possession charges

Two men and one woman were detained in New Jersey after police allegedly witnessed them conducting a drug transaction in a parking lot. A lieutenant from the Bayonne Police said that they met in two vehicles outside a check-cashing store on East 53rd. After the vehicles drove away, police pulled them over.

Police charge woman leaving liquor store with DWI

A New Jersey woman was charged with driving while intoxicated after she left a liquor store in Hopatcong on Feb. 19. The incident occurred around 5:30 p.m on Holiday Drive following a 911 call.

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