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2 Killed And 4 Injured In Hate Crimes On Black Friday In New Jersey And Other States

6 individuals sustained gunshot wounds in shooting incidents that happened on Black Friday. 1 individual died in a fight for vehicle parking space. 2 individuals were left dead and 4 sustained injuries in 4 separate shooting incidents. All shootings occurred outside the stores. On Friday evening, Macy’s Black Friday sales began and the store was open when an individual was shot. The other shops present in the mall were closed and they opened at 6 a.m. According to a CBS… Read More

Critical Error Made By Law Enforcement In DWI Cases

Attorney Matthew Portella Brings to Light Major News for DWI Cases A New Jersey-based Criminal Defense Attorney Reports on a Critical Error Made by Law Enforcement in DWI cases Haddon Heights, NJ: Attorney Matthew Portella has been practicing law in the area of criminal defense for over 20 years. He firmly believes that as part of his job, he is obligated to stay informed about current affairs within his practice area in order to best advise his clients and potential… Read More

Unlicensed Drunk Driver Arrested For DWI After Nearly Hitting PD Vehicle

SPARTA, N.J. – Last week, a motorist was taken into custody by the Sparta police who was driving under the influence of alcohol without a license. According to Sgt. Dennis Proctor, Cpl. Rob Fraser and Officer Tom Herd were on-duty and on patrol at Main Street near the Goddard School, when a 2003 Buick came near their vehicle and crossed the double yellow lines. The motorist was about to struck the patrol. 60-year-old Diana L. Agana-Hutchings was behind the wheel… Read More

33-Year-Old Flanders Man Faces More Than $900 In Fines After Driving With Triple Legal Alcohol

MOUNT OLIVE TWP. – On 24th of October, 33-year-old Michael R. Bowley Jr. was ordered to pay the amount of $900 in fine for driving with a BAC level triple the amount allowed for driving. The judge ordered him to pay a $406 fine, a $250 surcharge, and $33 in court costs. He also ordered him to pay the amount of $50 to the N.J. Victims Crime Compensation Board and $75 to the N.J. Safe Neighborhoods Program. He pleaded guilty… Read More

Mother Of UPS Worker Fatally Struck By Vehicle Breaks Down In Tears On The Stand During Death By Auto Trial

JERSEY CITY – The mother of 58-year-old Angel Rivera started crying while standing in the witness stand. Her son was hit by a vehicle in Secaucus last year. She was continuously crying remembering and telling about the day when her son didn’t get back home from his job. The accident happened on 21st of February which left Rivera dead. When his 89-year-old mother Carmen Nieves Rivera was asked about the day, she said, “I was glued to the radio. I… Read More

35-Year-Old Township Resident Seriously Injured In Crash Faces DUI Ticket

RARITAN TWP. – According to the police, 35-year-old Josiah O. Sulouff, who sustained life-threatening injuries in an accident on Sunday, was issued a motor-vehicle summons for DUI. At around 12:59 a.m., Sulouff was travelling alone in a 2009 Pontiac G6 and was going north on Sergeantsville Road when his vehicle got out of control while going around a curve at the intersection with Bonetown Road. The vehicle hit an embankment and trees and stopped after hitting a utility pole. Sulouff… Read More

Drunk Drivers Get Heavy Fines And License Suspensions In Mount Olive Township

MOUNT OLIVE TWP. – On 19th of September, 3 drivers admitted in municipal court that they were driving under the influence of alcohol. The drivers were 58-year-old Robert S. Wingert whose BAC level was 0.12, 30-year-old Tyler W. Fulper whose BAC level was recorded at 0.13, and 21-year-old Shane T. Crowley, whose BAC level is not known. Wingert’s driving license is suspended for 3 months and licenses of the other 2 were cancelled for 7 months. Judge Brian Levine ordered… Read More

New Law Bans New Jersey Transit Engineers With DUI’s From Operating Trains

A bill was signed by Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday, under which the Railroad engineers who have lost their driving license due to DUI will not be permitted to drive NJ transit commuter trains. In the month of May, the bill was introduced after a report of the NJ Transit locomotive engineer who was operating trains with a suspended driver’s license. His license was suspended for 10 years due to a driving under the influence conviction. According to a spokeswoman,… Read More

Spring Lake man accused of leading New Jersey firearms trafficking network arrested

On Tuesday, 25-year-old Daquan Jevon Smith, who was accused of leading a firearms trafficking network was taken into custody, as shown by an arrest warrant. The detailed information on the size or location of the network was not mentioned in the warrant. The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office took him into custody and charged him with being a fugitive from justice. It is shown by the Sheriff’s Office website that his charges also included 4 unrelated drug violations. He will remain… Read More

Madison Police Cracking Down On Drunk Driving Aggressively

As summer is going to end soon, more and more individuals are hosting and attending parties, but local police forces are making the motorists alert. They want to send a strict message to everyone who chooses to consume drugs and get behind the wheel. For that, they have started a campaign that will end on 5th of September. According to Lt. Jeff Hoch with the Maple Shade Police Department, the campaign with the name “Drive Sober or Get Pulled ”… Read More