New Jersey Week In Crime – 27 January
150 fugitives taken into custody and search for some most wanted offenders of New Jersey made to the news headline this week.
A 27-year-old individual was arrested as he was accused of killing 3 individuals from which 2 were kids.
Other than the arrests made last week, the cops found a huge amount of heroin, cocaine and seized 11 firearms.
The fugitives are from the group of individuals who were either charged with or sentenced for committing any crime in the past week.
- A 22-year-old former high school substitute teacher was sentenced to 3 years in jail as she used to discuss about sex with her students. She was also involved in sex acts with some of them. After 12 months, she will be eligible for parole.
- 4 cops were charged for sexually abusing individuals in the women’s prison. Another individual was sentenced to 3 years in jail after pleading guilty to the offense of sexual abuse.
- A 40-year-old man sexually assaulted an elderly woman in a Woodbury apartment for which he was convicted.
- A 46-year-old man may be sentenced to 5 years in jail as he pleaded guilty to charges related to driving under the influence in an incident in which a motorcyclist was killed. The accident happened in December 2015.
- A former emergency room doctor who worked in Montclair was sent to jail for 24 months for his crime of sexually abusing a woman who was under his care.
- Authorities found a huge amount of marijuana and hashish in a home of the person who was assisting in running an indoor drug farm for which he was sent to jail for 10 years. The cops also found the amount of $20,700 in his home.
- A 58-year-old man has been sentenced for fraud. He was working with the name of another dentist as he didn’t have a license. He was ordered to pay the amount of $1.1 million in fine for submitting false bills to Medicaid. Other than paying the huge amount in fine, he has agreed to a 50-year exclusion from participating in any federal health care programs.
- According to the cops, a baby who was just a month old sustained a brain injury after being shaken by one of her parents. They both were charged with child neglect as they handled the infant improperly. The father was also charged with aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child.