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Bellmawr NJ Man Indicted for Aggravated Assault, Eluding Police in East Greenwich

Posted in Assault Offenses, Drug Crimes, Public Order Crimes
A Bellmawr New Jersey man has been indicted on charges of aggravated assault, eluding police, and drug possession in East Greenwich, NJ. According to law enforcement, the 46-year-old suspect was behind the wheel of a van on Cohawkin Road in East Greenwich when he started to swerve all over the roadway. East Greenwich NJ police… Continue Reading

Millville NJ Man Gets 6 Years for Eluding Police, Child Endangerment Charges

Posted in Public Order Crimes, Sex Crimes
A Millville NJ man received a sentence of 6 years in NJ State Prison after being convicted of eluding police and child endangerment in Deptford Township, New Jersey. The 25-year-old suspect committed the eluding offense when police tried to arrest him in 2013. According to Gloucester County prosecutors, the suspect committed the sexual offenses prior… Continue Reading

Three Arrested at Gloucester Township House Party, Charged with Assault, Resisting Arrest

Posted in Assault Offenses, Public Order Crimes
Two Gloucester Township NJ police officers suffered injuries while trying to break up a raging house party. The party, and the illegal incidents, happened during the early morning hours on a Sunday. The Gloucester Township Police Department was notified of a possible violent altercation at a residence on Hollywood Avenue in Gloucester Township, NJ. The… Continue Reading

Man Allegedly Shot Camden County Cop, Arrested in Collingswood, New Jersey

Posted in Assault Offenses, Homicide, Public Order Crimes, Weapons Offenses
Police recently arrested a man accused of shooting a Camden County police officer. The shooting reportedly occurred on Kenwood Avenue in Camden, New Jersey. The suspect allegedly fired several rounds from a handgun and hit a police officer who was sitting in his patrol car. The victim was later transported to Cooper University Hospital, where… Continue Reading