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Burglary, Trespassing, and Criminal Mischief: New Jersey’s Most Commonly Confused Property Crimes

The New Jersey Criminal Code addresses a broad range of property crimes, many of which are extremely similar, with small nuances that distinguish one from the next. Often, this can lead to confusion when you are facing criminal charges for multiple offenses issued in conjunction, or for one offense that you simply don’t understand. For…Continue Reading

Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Hackensack Restaurant

Hackensack NJ police are trying to find a man who allegedly committed an armed robbery at a local restaurant. The suspect reportedly entered the Hop Sing Restaurant on Essex Street in Hackensack NJ around 11:50 p.m., approached the front of the restaurant, and held up a cashier. The suspect allegedly flashed a black-colored handgun, pointed…Continue Reading

NY Man Accused of Robbing 7-Eleven in Mahwah, New Jersey

Police recently arrested a NY man who allegedly committed an armed robbery at a 7-Eleven in Mahwah, New Jersey. The suspect is a 24-year-old man from Suffern, New York. According to law enforcement officials, the suspect walked into the 7-Eleven located on Franklin Avenue in Mahwah NJ, approached the convenience store clerk, and threatened him…Continue Reading

Third degree burglary charges become disorderly persons offense in Hackensack NJ

Hackensack NJ Burglary Defense Lawyers Our Hackensack NJ burglary defense attorneys recently represented a man charged with the theft of several thousand dollars worth of audio equipment and other items from an unoccupied home, a crime of the third degree. He had been hired by the bank to take care of the landscaping for the home, as it…Continue Reading

Englewood NJ Police Investigate Violent Home Invasion Robbery on Valentine’s Day

Police are searching for three men accused of committing a violent home invasion and robbery in Englewood NJ on Valentine’s Day. The incident occurred at the Cross Creek condominium complex around 9:30 p.m. According to authorities, the three suspects saw one of the victims, a 30-year-old Englewood man, unloading groceries from his car. The suspects,…Continue Reading

Teaneck Woman Accused of Embezzling Funds from Harrington Park Business

A Teaneck NJ woman was recently arrested on charges that she embezzled $160K from the Harrington Park business she worked for. The suspect, a 32-year-old resident of Teaneck New Jersey, was employed as an accountant and controller for a company in Harrington Park, NJ. According to authorities, the suspect used the company’s computers to divert…Continue Reading

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